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Nelson mandela

  1. 1. AN ICON OF PEACE
  2. 2. SERIAL NUMBER TOPIC SLIDE NUMBER 1 REASON FOR 3 CHOOSING THIS TOPIC 2 WHAT I ALREADY KNEW ABOUT HIM 4 3 CHILDHOOD 5 4 EDUCATION 6 5 MANDELA AND HIS FELLOW PROTESTORS 7 6 PRESIDENCY AND NOBLE PRIZE 8
  3. 3.  The reason I chose Nelson Mandela as my project because recently he died and I heard that he was a great soul, so that got me curious about him and I wanted to learn more about him.
  4. 4.     Nelson Mandela was from South Africa who stopped apartheid system. He was the first black president of South Africa. He went to jail so many times. He died recently on December 5th 2013.
  5. 5.   Nelson Mandela was born on July 18, 1918 in a village called Mvezo, South Africa. When he was young, he and his father moved to a place called Qunu.
  6. 6.     Nelson Mandela attended college at Fort Hare College, but while he was there he was there, he boycotted and protested against college rules that were unjust and unfair. Then he was suspended from the college. While he was put in jail he started to study law. Soon after, he attended Witwatersrand University in Johannesburg
  7. 7.   Protesting played a big part in Nelson Mandela’s fight for Apartheid. One of the biggest groups that fought for the for black South African rights was the ANC or the African National Congress. When ANC was banned Mandela started small protesting groups.
  8. 8.  Nelson Mandela was the first black president in the history of South Africa. His term was from May 10, 1994 till June 1999. He won the democratic election on May 10, 1994 with 62% votes.  Mandela is also famous for winning the Nobel prize in 1993. He shared half of the prize with de Clerk for ending the Apartheid.
  9. 9. The value of a man lies not what he is capable of receiving but in what he is capable of giving.

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