Children of apartheid– This photo, taken in 1982, was shot in Ekuvukene, a “resettlement” village in KwaZulu-Natal. During apartheid, millions of black South Africans were forcibly moved to such villages called black “homelands”. The resettlements became the largest force movement of people in peacetime history.
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