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  • 1. By: Jimmy Hart
  • 2. Why is Nelson Mandela significant to Africa?
  • 3. Why I choose this topic!
    • I choose this topic because I wanted to learn more about Nelson Mandela and why he was significant to Africa
  • 4. What I already Knew!
    • I didn’t know much about Nelson Mandela but I knew a few things about him.
    • I knew that he was a president
    • I knew he was significant in some way
    • I knew that he was a good leader
  • 5. Facts!
    • He was the first black president in South Africa in 1994.
    • He was part of the African National Congress. (ANC)
    • During apartheid Nelson Mandela was not allowed in area’s that were white only.
    • He joined the ANC as an activist in 1943
    • He formed an underground military group with armed resistance.
  • 6. More Facts!
    • Nelson Mandela also became president of the ANC in 1991.
    • He was giving the Nobel Peace Prize in 1993
  • 7. Interesting Facts
    • I was surprised that blacks weren’t allowed In white only area’s and Nelson Mandela didn’t like it so he ended it.
    • Mandela was prominent in the ANC's 1952 Defiance Campaign
  • 8.