In South Africa Human Rights Day is celebrated on the 21st of March. In my country we do not celebrate the UN Human Rights Day. On Human Rights Day 21 march 1960 protesters who opposed pass laws and apartheid were attacked by the apartheid police. The police opened fire on the protest crowed and killed 69 people in Sharpeville. In Langa a separate related protest was held and 3 people were killed. Many were injured. The Pan African Congress (PAC) wanted to put an end repressive pass laws. During apartheid Black people were required to carry a pass book in order to travel around in cities. This year I spent my Human Rights Day visiting a few Iziko Museums which are free on public holidays. I went with my boyfriend, his little cousin and mom to the South African Museum, National Art Gallery and the Slave Lodge Museum. In this blog post I will share a few of the photos of the day. The first photo is one which provides a look into the past and the rest were all taken on Human Rights Day 2019.