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Nelson Mandela

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Nelson Mandela was born on July 18, 1918
Nelson Mandela was born in South Africa
Nelson Mandela dedicated his life to ending apartheid
Mandela was expelled from college for demonstrating
Nelson Mandela founded the ANC Youth League
The Campaign for the Defiance of Unjust Laws led the group to go against unfair laws
Nelson Mandela was jailed at least two times
Nelson Mandela first went to jail in 1956
Nelson Mandela first went to jail because he was demonstrating
Nelson Mandela went to jail a second time because he was charged with treason:going against the government
Nelson Mandela was sentenced to life in jail
boarding school is a place where you live while learning
sabotage is going against the government
racial segretation being treated differently based on your race
Zinzi Nelson mandela's daughter
Hendel the composter of the music Mandela listens to
human rights basic rights all people should have
humility not ragging about accomplishments or rewards
apartheid the practice that separates people according to race
democracy a government by the people for the people
Nelson Mandela started a military wing in 1944 to improve conditions and rights of people of color
Created by: dmeliere