As a white SA born in 1963, my visit was an emotional experience. The museum is very well done and realistically represented. I was disappointed that I had only allocated 90 minutes as I could have spent hours there. I loved everything about it - the starkness, the entrance, the photographs - very well thought out and displayed.
I'm not sure why I felt like crying for most of the visit, but I did. I feel that every South African owes it to themselves and their fellow countrymen to make the time to reflect on our tragic history.
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