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Social Studies Power Point. Nelson Mandela
Social Studies Power Point. Nelson Mandela
Social Studies Power Point. Nelson Mandela
Social Studies Power Point. Nelson Mandela
Social Studies Power Point. Nelson Mandela
Social Studies Power Point. Nelson Mandela
Social Studies Power Point. Nelson Mandela
Social Studies Power Point. Nelson Mandela
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Social Studies Power Point. Nelson Mandela

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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.  

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