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  • UDGAM SALUTES A LEGEND "The greatest glory of living lies not in never falling, but in rising every time you fall." UDGAM SCHOOL FOR CHILDREN www.udgamschool.com
  • The Evolution Of Nelson Mandela Nelson Mandela, the prisonerturned-president who reconciled South Africa after the end of apartheid, died on Thursday, December 5, 2013. Mandela was 95. UDGAM SCHOOL FOR CHILDREN www.udgamschool.com
  • NELSON MANDELA – THE LEGEND Freedom fighter, prisoner, moral compass and South Africa's symbol of the struggle against racial oppression. That was Nelson Mandela who emerged from prison after 27 years to lead his country out of decades of apartheid. UDGAM SCHOOL FOR CHILDREN www.udgamschool.com View slide
  • NELSON MANDELA – THE LEGEND Mandela became president of the African National Congress Youth League in 1951. UDGAM SCHOOL FOR CHILDREN www.udgamschool.com View slide
  • NELSON MANDELA – THE LEGEND Mandela in the office of Mandela & Tambo, a law practice set up in Johannesburg by Mandela and Oliver Tambo to provide free or affordable legal representation to black South Africans. UDGAM SCHOOL FOR CHILDREN www.udgamschool.com
  • NELSON MANDELA – THE LEGEND Mandela married his second wife, social worker Winnie Madikizela, in 1958. At the time, he was an active member of the African National Congress and had begun his lifelong commitment to ending segregation in South Africa. UDGAM SCHOOL FOR CHILDREN www.udgamschool.com
  • NELSON MANDELA – THE LEGEND Nelson and Winnie Mandela raise their fists to salute a cheering crowd upon his 1990 release from Victor Verster Prison. He was still as upright and proud, he would say, as the day he walked into prison 27 years before. UDGAM SCHOOL FOR CHILDREN www.udgamschool.com
  • NELSON MANDELA – THE LEGEND A jubilant South African holds up a newspaper announcing Mandela's release from prison at an ANC rally in Soweto on February 11, 1990. Two days later, more than 100,000 people attended a rally celebrating his release from jail. UDGAM SCHOOL FOR CHILDREN www.udgamschool.com
  • NELSON MANDELA – THE LEGEND Mandela and Zambian President Kenneth Kaunda arrive at an ANC rally on March 3, 1990, in Lusaka, Zambia. Mandela was elected president of the ANC the next year. UDGAM SCHOOL FOR CHILDREN www.udgamschool.com
  • NELSON MANDELA – THE LEGEND After his release in 1990, Mandela embarked on a world tour, meeting U.S. President George H.W. Bush at the White House in June UDGAM SCHOOL FOR CHILDREN www.udgamschool.com
  • NELSON MANDELA – THE LEGEND At his Soweto home on July 18, 1990, Mandela blows out the candles on his 72nd birthday cake. It was the first birthday he celebrated as a free man since the 1960s. UDGAM SCHOOL FOR CHILDREN www.udgamschool.com
  • NELSON MADELA – THE LEGEND Mandela and his wife react to supporters during a visit to Brazil at the governor's palace in Rio De Janeiro, on August 1, 1991. UDGAM SCHOOL FOR CHILDREN www.udgamschool.com
  • NELSON MANDELA – THE LEGEND South African President Frederik de Klerk, right, and Mandela shared a Nobel Peace Prize in 1993 for their work to secure a peaceful transition from apartheid rule. UDGAM SCHOOL FOR CHILDREN www.udgamschool.com
  • NELSON MANDELA – THE LEGEND Mandela votes for the first time in his life on March 26, 1994. UDGAM SCHOOL FOR CHILDREN www.udgamschool.com
  • NELSON MANDELA – THE LEGEND On April 27, 1994, a long line of people snake toward a polling station in the black township of Soweto outside of Johannesbur g in the nation's first all-race elections. UDGAM SCHOOL FOR CHILDREN www.udgamschool.com
  • NELSON MANDELA – THE LEGEND Mandela in Mmabatho for an election rally on March 15, 1994. UDGAM SCHOOL FOR CHILDREN www.udgamschool.com
  • NELSON MANDELA – THE LEGEND Mandela was elected president in the first open election in South African history on April 29, 1994. He's pictured here taking the oath at his inauguration in May, becoming the nation's first black president. UDGAM SCHOOL FOR CHILDREN www.udgamschool.com
  • NELSON MANDELA – THE LEGEND Mandela sits with his wife, Graca Machel, and his grandchildren at his son's funeral on January 15, 2005. He disclosed that his son, Makgatho Lewanika Mandela, had died of AIDS and said the disease should be given publicity so people would stop viewing it as extraordinary. UDGAM SCHOOL FOR CHILDREN www.udgamschool.com
  • NELSON MANDELA - THE LEGEND The "46664 Arctic" benefit concert was held in Tromso, Norway, on June 11, 2005. 46664 was Mandela's identification number in prison. Here, artists who performed at the event surround him. UDGAM SCHOOL FOR CHILDREN www.udgamschool.com
  • NELSON MANDELA – THE LEGEND Former U.S. President Bill Clinton leans down to whisper to former South African President Nelson Mandela during a visit to the Nelson Mandela Foundation on July 19, 2007, in Johannesburg. UDGAM SCHOOL FOR CHILDREN www.udgamschool.com
  • NELSON MANDELA – THE LEGEND Mandela meets in 2009 with international children as part of his 46664 Foundation. UDGAM SCHOOL FOR CHILDREN www.udgamschool.com
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