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Nelson Mandela

Publié le 24/01/2024

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« Nelson Mandela 1918 - Born and Early Years: Nelson Mandela was born on July 18, 1918, in a village in South Africa.

As a kid, he saw how people were treated differently because of their race, inspiring him to make a change. 1943 - Joining the Fight: In 1943, Mandela joined a group called the African National Congress (ANC).

This marked the beginning of his efforts to stand up against unfair treatment based on skin color. 1962 - Trouble and Prison Time: Because Mandela fought against apartheid (unfair laws), he got in trouble and was sent to prison in 1962.

He spent 27 years there, becoming a symbol of hope for people who wanted a fair and equal South Africa. 1990 - Freedom and Apartheid Ends: In 1990, after many people around the world demanded it, Mandela was released from prison.

This event started the end of apartheid, the unfair system in South Africa. 1993 - Nobel Peace Prize: In 1993, Nelson Mandela, along with South Africa's last apartheid president, F.W.

de Klerk, received the Nobel Peace Prize.

This award recognized their efforts to peacefully end apartheid and establish a new, fair government.

Mandela's Nobel Prize highlighted his dedication to bringing people together and promoting harmony in South Africa. 1994 - Becoming President: In 1994, Mandela made history by becoming South Africa's first black president.

He worked hard to bring people together, no matter their race, during his time as president until 1999. 2013 - Leaving a Legacy: On December 5, 2013, Mandela passed away.

His life's work, fighting for fairness and equality, continues to inspire people everywhere..... »


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