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A Very Public Protest Against Apartheid

  • Aired: 01/19/2012
  • 01:45
  • Rating: TV-PG
On Thanksgiving Eve in 1984, Congressman Walter Fauntroy made national news when he and two other prominent protestors were arrested at the South African Embassy in Washington D.C. during a sit-in protest. Don't miss "From Selma to Soweto," the third episode of the landmark series, "Have You Heard from Johannesburg," airing January 19, 2012 (check local listings).
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