South Africa - A trip to the township Soweto-Hector Pieterson Museum

This is an emotional film about a trip I made in January 2014 to the township of Soweto Johannesburg and the Hector Pieterson Museum. Hector Pieterson was one of the first children that got shot by the Police during the Soweto Uprising in 1976. The museum is dedicated the memory of the children that lost their lives in the struggle

3 thoughts on “South Africa – A trip to the township Soweto-Hector Pieterson Museum”

  1. The People responsible for Hectors death is his parents, his community, and his school. Which decent political party would put children in front of a bullet
    Only MK and the anc.
    I am a white boer and grew up with my black friends and could speak Klosa before my own language " Afrikaans"
    You blacks have degraded to stealing, murdering, and bribary.
    Hector did not die because he wanted to.
    YOU made him do it !!!!!
    And after his death YOU all climbed on the bandwagon to make profit.
    Storie of AFRICA !!!!

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