This paper seeks to explore numerous local cases of resistance in South Africa and their connection to global social inequality. The paper links historical and current localized resistance movements to a greater global struggle referred to as “global apartheid.” It shows that similar struggles are ongoing all over the “developing” world, where sentiments of social justice are present, creating a “counter globalization” movement tied to the struggle against global apartheid. This paper also speculates on the overall effectiveness of the notion of global apartheid and its associated movements, and the complications associated with using this term.
"Glocalized Apartheid: Global Apartheid, the Global Implications of Local South African Resistance Movements, and the Creation of Counter Globalization,"
History in the Making: Vol. 8
, Article 9.
Available at: https://scholarworks.lib.csusb.edu/history-in-the-making/vol8/iss1/9