Nelson Mandela - Long Walk to Freedom

Nelson Mandela: Long Walk to FreedomTHEMEABOUT THE AUTHORSUMMARYMESSAGEFreedom from racism is the central theme of the lesson Nelson Mandela: A long walk to Freedom. It is an excerpt from the autobiography of Nelson Maldela who was the first black president of South Africa. At those times, white skinned people were the rulers of the society and life was hell for the blacks. Many people struggled for their rights, and Maldela calls citizens the basic asset of any country.CHARACTER (NELSON MANDELA)Any person can reach heights irrespective of their race. So people should not be discriminated against on any basisNelson Rohilahla Mandela was a SouthAfrican anti-apartheid revoluitionary, politicalleader and philanthropist who served as President of South Africa from 1994-1999. he was the country's first black Head of the State and the first elected in a fully representative democratic election. “A Long to Freedom”, by Nelson Mandela is all about the struggle of freedom of South-Africa. On May 10, 1994, Nelson Mandela has taken the vow as the first black president of South Africa. And therefore it was becoming a new-born democratic country. Nelson Mandela took the oath as the first black president.Many dignitaries from different countries had come to be part of the most significant day. In his speech, Mandela thanked all those dignitaries. Mandela assured his countrymen that his country would never ever experience the same suppression of one by another. Democracy had been established in South Africa and as a result, a government of no discrimination was established.brave courageous'Education is the most powerful weapon that you can use to change the world.'
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