Changing a Partheid, But Not So Fast
...Apartheid, But Not So Fast In the play, My Children! My Africa!, we gain some insight into the relationship between education and apartheid. Mr. M, as his students call him, is a caring teacher who believes strongly in education and in the power of the written word to encourage social change. He is dedicated to the education of his students. Why, then, does he turn in the names and addresses of his students to the police? This paper will address this question by summarizing the context of historical events and social unrest which is the setting for this play. Before summarizing the setting of the play, it is important to note something about the author of this play, and his purpose... May 9, Changing...