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Coloured Cheddar-style cheese has long been sold, but even as early as 1860, the real reason for this was unclear: Joseph Harding stated " to the cheese consumers of London who prefer an adulterated food to that which is pure I have to announce an improvement in the annatto with which they compel the cheesemakers to colour the cheese ".
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More recently, the area has seen an expansion of African National Congress strength from its base in the black townships and into historically Coloured areas, as well as a particularly strong local growth of left-wing social movements like the Treatment Action Campaign which offer a critique of government policies.
Today the South African National Defence Force ( SANDF ) has racial quotas to make sure that White, Black, Coloured, and Indian South Africans are equally represented in the armed forces.
Coloured lorikeets flock to the green corridors of shady trees, a native forest has been planted on the foreshore and the once despised canal area is undergoing rejuvenation as a haven for walkers and cyclists.
The city proper has an overwhelming white majority, while the neighboring townships ( geographically separate, but tied together politically ) have growing Black or Coloured majorities.
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Under Apartheid, under the Population Registration Act as amended, the term Cape Coloured referred to a subset of Coloured South Africans, with subjective criteria having been used by the bureaucracy to determine whether a person was a Cape Coloured, or belonged to one of a number of other related subgroups such as the " Cape Malays ", or " Other Coloureds ".
In addition to the remnants of the force which had been engaged under Brock in the morning, he had five companies of the 41st and seven of militia ( including Captain Runchey's Company of Coloured Men ), with two 3-pounder guns, belonging to Swayze's Provincial Artillery ( a militia unit ) but commanded by Lieutenant Crowther of the 41st.
He continued Verwoerd's implementation of Apartheid legislation, and in 1968 abolished the last four parliamentary seats that had been reserved for white representatives of Coloured ( mixed race ) voters ( realised in 1970 ).
Kimberley was chosen as the venue for it had been the founding city of the South Africa Rugby Football Board in 1889 and the South Africa Coloured Rugby Board in 1896.
It was issued on EMI's Columbia label and was soon followed by " Give the Coloured Boy a Chance ", which had been written by his father – the first song released in Australia referring to indigenous issues and first both written and recorded by indigenous musicians.
Swords have been recovered in archaeological findings of the Ochre Coloured Pottery culture throughout the Ganges-Yamuna Doab region of India, commonly made of copper, but in some instances made of bronze.
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Its political history is complex and sometimes baffling even to insiders: for instance, the politics of the Coloured communities of the Cape Flats have included Trotskyist activism in earlier years, and mobilization for the United Democratic Front in the 80s ; and then, widespread support for the historically white National Party ( which had presided over apartheid ) in the early post-apartheid elections.
However, Asians and Coloured citizens with mixed ancestry were eligible to serve as volunteers, several even attaining commissioned rank.
Coloured and early
The early Indo-Aryan presence probably corresponds, in part, to the Ochre Coloured Pottery culture in archaeological contexts.
By January 1837, an alliance of 107 Boers, sixty Rolong, and forty Coloured men, organised as a commando under the leadership of Potgieter and Gert Maritz, attacked Mzilikazi's settlement at Mosega, which suffered heavy losses, and early in 1838 Mzilikazi fled north beyond the Limpopo ( to current day Zimbabwe ), never to return to the Transvaal.
* African Political Organization, a Coloured political organization in early twentieth century South Africa
Coloured shirts began to appear in the early nineteenth century, as can be seen in the paintings of George Caleb Bingham.
The NSM had come to an end sometime after Colin Jordan was imprisoned in early 1967 for distributing a racist leaflet The Coloured Invasion and following his release Jordan had met John Tyndall in Denis Pirie's house about the possibility of joining the National Front.
In the early eighteenth century it was not uncommon for Basters to own farms in the colony, but with the growth of competition for land and colour prejudice they came under increasing pressure from their white neighbours and were either absorbed into the Coloured servant class or moved to the fringes of settlement where it was still possible to maintain themselves in independence.
Coloured and real
By 1901 there were 392 occupied stands in the New Marabastad and there was no real segregation between Africans, Asians and Coloured people.
Coloured and for
The League of Coloured Peoples was formed to demand a minimum wage, a wage tribunal and free health care for all.
Uniquely, 16 acres ( 65, 000 m² ) was offered to each Free Coloured or Free Person of Colour ( gens de couleur libre, as they were later known ), and half as much for each slave they brought.
* 1829 David Walker's Appeal to the Coloured Citizens of the World ( a call for resistance to slavery in Georgia )
In 1931, the restricting franchise qualifications were removed for white voters, but kept for Black and " Coloured " voters.
It was largely by this method ( mixed-race Bermudians being added to the number of Blacks, rather than added to the number of Whites or being defined as a separate demographic group ) that Coloured ( subsequently redefined in the twentieth century as Black ) Bermudians came to outnumber White Bermudians by the end of the 19th century, despite starting off at a numerical disadvantage, and despite low Black immigration prior to the latter 19th century ( other contributing factors included the scale of White relative to Black emigration in the 17th and 18th centuries, the greater mortality of Whites from disease in the late 17th century, and large-scale West Indian immigration, which began, like Portuguese immigration, in the 19th century to provide labourers for the new export agriculture industry and expansion of the Royal Naval Dockyard.
Interest in Mucha's distinctive style experienced a strong revival during the 1960s ( with a general interest in Art Nouveau ) and is particularly evident in the psychedelic posters of Hapshash and the Coloured Coat, the collective name for British artists Michael English and Nigel Waymouth, and Bob Masse.
The two are reunited (" Jacob in Egypt ") for a happy conclusion and Joseph dons his coloured coat once more (" Finale: Any Dream Will Do ( Reprise )/ Give Me My Coloured Coat ").
Race-based legislation such as the Group Areas Act and pass laws either forced non-white people out of more central urban areas designated for white people and into government-built townships in the Flats, or made living in the area illegal, forcing many people designated as Black and Coloured into informal settlements elsewhere in the Flats.
So, for example, most residents of Mitchell's Plain likely still speak a locally-inflected version of Afrikaans, along with English and either they or their parents were designated as Coloured by apartheid ; most residents of Khayelitsha still speak Xhosa and English and either they or their parents were designated as Black by apartheid.
While the largely white middle-and upper-class Baltimoreans supported the orchestras and other societies, the city's African Americans formed their own Coloured Symphony Orchestra in 1931, which was municipally supported just like the BSO ; the first performance included Ellis Larkins and Anne Brown, the latter known for creating the role of Bess in Porgy and Bess.
Coloured piping and buttons are added in accordance with rank: purple for chaplains of His Holiness ; amaranth red for bishops, protonotaries apostolic and Honorary Prelates ; and scarlet red for cardinals.
In 1829, while living in Boston, Massachusetts, he published An Appeal to the Coloured Citizens of the World, a call for black unity and self-help in the fight against oppression and injustice.
Hoffmann was persuaded by friends to publish the book anonymously as Lustige Geschichten und drollige Bilder mit 15 schön kolorierten Tafeln für Kinder von 3 – 6 Jahren ( Funny Stories and Whimsical Pictures with 15 Beautifully Coloured Panels for Children Aged 3 to 6 ) in 1845.
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He was initially involved with the multiracial National Union of South African Students, but after he became convinced that Black, Indian and Coloured students needed an organization of their own, he helped found the South African Students ' Organisation ( SASO ), whose agenda included political self-reliance and the unification of university students in a " black consciousness.
The other major party participating in the election, the National Democratic Party ( NDP ), was a spin-off of the League of Coloured Peoples and was largely an Afro-Guyanese middle-class organization, sprinkled with middle-class Portuguese and Indo-Guyanese.
During the course of the 18th century, Bermuda's population was boiled down to two demographic groups: White and Coloured.
However, the album was a bigger success abroad, though on a lesser scale than her debut, spawning further hits with the songs “ Coloured Kisses ” and “ Temptation ”.
In South Africa, and much of English-speaking southern Africa, the term Coloured was used to describe a mixed-race person and also Asians not of African descent.
In Malan's words, it was " established to oppose the police state, abuse of state power, censorship, racism, the removal of the Coloured vote and other oppressive manifestations of the creeping fascism of the National Party regime ".
In 1958 Botha was appointed Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs by Hendrik Verwoerd, and in 1961 advanced to Minister of Coloured Affairs.
These reforms all bolstered the National Party politically, as they removed black and Coloured influence – which was hostile to the National Party – from the electoral process, and incorporated the pro-Nationalist whites of South West Africa.
He wrote about birds including Notes on the Birds of Northamptonshire and Neighbourhood ( 1895 ) and Coloured Figures of the Birds of the British Islands, which was completed by Osbert Salvin after his death.
The identification of the species responsible was made possible by James Sowerby's 1803 book Coloured Figures of English Fungi or Mushrooms, which included a description of the fungus, then known as Agaricus glutinosus ( originally described by Moses Ashley Curtis in 1780 ).
Musician Spencer P. Jones ( The Beasts of Bourbon, Paul Kelly and The Coloured Girls ) was also born in Te Awamutu.
The name was chosen to evoke the former Labour Party led by the late Reverend Allan Hendrickse as an anti-apartheid Coloured party.