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Nelson Mandela: leader of nations. Name Miss Twaddell LS English 9 Date. Introduction. “Never, never, and never again shall it be that this beautiful land will again experience the oppression of one by another.” –Nelson Mandela. Thesis statement. Fought against apartheid

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Nelson mandela leader of nations

Nelson Mandela: leader of nations

Name

Miss Twaddell

LS English 9

Date


Introduction
Introduction

“Never, never, and never again shall it be that this beautiful land will again experience the oppression of one by another.” –Nelson Mandela


Thesis statement
Thesisstatement

  • Fought against apartheid

  • Imprisoned for 27 years

  • Accomplishments


Background information
Background information

  • Born in 1918in Mvezo

  • His real name is Rolihlahla

  • Christian School = Nelson

  • Attended many different schools


He fought against apartheid
He fought against apartheid

  • Apartheid = Racial Segregation

  • Demonstrations


Fought against apartheid
Fought against apartheid

How he Fought

  • African National Congress

  • A “Wanted” Man

  • Fought for equality



Imprisoned for 27 years1
Imprisoned for 27 years!

  • Slave Labor

  • No contact with family

  • No visitors

  • Entered when he was 46

  • Released when he was 73


Accomplishments
Accomplishments

While In prison

  • Raised international outrage

  • Showed love and peace; not anger and hate.


Accomplishments1
accomplishments

Once released

Became first democratically elected president

Won the Nobel Peace Prize


Conclusion
Conclusion

“Do not judge me by my successes, judge me by how many times I fell down and got back up again.” –Nelson Mandela


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