Explore in detail the poem 'Nothings Changed' by Tamatakhulu Afrika and the story 'Desiree's baby' by Kate Chopin, commenting on how the authors have presented the relationship between black and white people.
"Nothings Changed" is an autobiographical poem written by Tatamakhulu Afrika. "Nothing's Changed" is set in South Africa. The area District six used to be a mixed race inner city community where people of all beliefs lived peacefully. But in 1948 a policy of apartheid
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two texts do have similarities. In the story Kate Chopin tries to show us how the world is quick to judge. In this case it was Armand accusing Desiree of having a black origin when it was Armand who had the black origin. Tamatakhulu Afrika tries to make us see the inequalities of blacks, as there is still a deep division between black and white people although the apartheid regime had supposed to be abolished.