What do you understand by segregation? What role did African National Congress played in reducing segregation?
Segregation was the term refered to separate the blacks from the whites by prohibiting their entry into the public places like hospitals, library, hotels in South Africa.
The African National Congress led the movement against Apartheid and Segregation. The Congress launched marches, movements and strikes to put pressure on the government to change its discriminatory laws. After many years of struggle, segregation came to an end and paved the way for multi-racial government.