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Transcript of Nelson Mandela
Long Walk to Freedom
By Rashid, Loki, Ronan, Sahand
Clarkebury boarding institute
Healdtown secondry school
University College of Fort Hare
Great Place of Mqhekezweni
Johannesburg in 1940
University of South Africa
Nelson and Evelyn
1993: Nelson Mandela and de Klerk won the Nobel Prize together
11 Feb 1990: Mandela is released from Robben Island.
1992: Negotiation with the government for the colored people's rights
Nelson and Winnie
Spear of Nation
"During my lifetime I have dedicated myself to this struggle of the African people. I have fought against white domination, and I have fought against black domination. I have cherished the ideal of a democratic and free society in which all persons live together in harmony and with equal opportunities. It is an ideal which I hope to live for and to achieve. But if needs be, it is an ideal for which I
am prepared to die."
Nelson Mandela (1963)
Prostate surgery and Pollsmoor prison
Diagnosis of Tuberculosis
Victor Verster Prison
FREE AT LAST
Thank you !
I. Early years (1918-1943)
II. First actions (1943-1963)
III. Robben Island (1963-1990)
Second Marriage (1958)
First Mariage (1944)
The life of Nelson Mandela: from somewhere to the top of the World.
A long walk to freedom, or the fight for a better South Africa.
Rolihlahla Mandela was born into Madiba clan, in a village near Transkei in 19 July 1918
But first, we wanted your opinion about Nelson Mandela
1994: First democratic election in South Africa
Guiding South Africa from apartheid to democracy
Free Nelson Mandela (1984)
“Free Nelson Mandela. Free, Free, Free Nelson Mandela”
Jerry Dammers/The Specials
“Twenty-one year in captivity
His body abused but his mind still free
Are you so blind that you cannot see”
“Oh free Nelson Mandela, free Nelson Mandela
I’m begging you, begging you
Please free Nelson Mandela
I’m telling you, you’ve got to free Nelson Mandela.”
BBC 1994 - 99: The Mandela years
Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom
Nelson Mandela Biolography
Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund
Nelson Mandela Foundation
The Specials - Nelson Mandela
True Heritage: Nelson Mandela
Nelson Mandela Biography
1998: Third Marriage with Graca Machel
10 May: Mandela became president
1999: Nelson Mandela declined to be re-elected again as president
IV. To the Presidency
Mandela died at the age of 95
Heritage and Tribute
Using a sign of fist stepping forward to anti-apartheid
II. Tribute to Madiba
Generally recognized as a great person all over the world, his death shows the affection of Humanity to Nelson Mandela thanks to a worldwide tribute.
However, until he died in 2013, many places all over the world had been consecrated to him
In many artistic area, Mandela and his fight against apartheid inspired people.
More than a person, Nelson Mandela was an international symbol of hope and fight for human rights. His death as person saddens us but its beliefs, his life and the million of person that he inspired will stay forever.
As a consequence, Mandela have been more than a humanitarian: his teachings, everything that he left us are going to be source of information and inspiration for millions of citizens that, like him, want to fight for equality and liberty.
Suppression of Communism Act (1952)
Treason trial (1955)
Sharpville massacre (1960)
Spear of Nation
Rivonia trial (1963-1964)
The Struggle is my life
V. Retirement (1999-2013)
To understand why Nelson Mandela spent 27 years in Jail, you have to understand how was the system of Apartheid.
I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed:
“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal."
Martin Luther King, 1963
-Meaning of Apartheid
- Period 1948-1994
-Apartheid legislation and Major Laws
Even a day is consecrated to Mandela !
18 of July