Vintage South Africa Apartheid "Free At Last" Hooded Sweatshirt

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In 1990, Apartheid, the forced segregation and oppression of races, was legally abolished in South Africa after decades of rule by the country's minority white population. The African National Congress, a South African political party, had been protesting the Apartheid which resulted in several high profile members being jailed, including Nelson Mandela. With the erasure of these racists policies and laws, South Africa was able to finally celebrate their freedom. This vintage anti-Apartheid pullover, in great condition, commemorates the rightful liberation of the South African people. 

50% Cotton 30% Polyester 20% Acrylic

Dimensions: 21" Wide by 24.25" Long 

Tag Size: XL

Country of Origin: Made in U.S.A.

Brand: Tultex