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  • 1. Nelson mandela facing racism Racism is a very dangerous bad habit that faces many black people in the whole world. There have been many scientists , political people and humanists who have been trying always to stop such a bad beleif like this .I want to say we should fight this bad practise and i will write about nelson mandela the south african mystery who often faced racism and tried to limit it . A day and a day and racism idea is spreading . Nelson mandela always wrote about racisam and he did many conferences in America and Britain trying to stop racism. In Poland last year he said " We should learn our children that all people are equal , Black and white do not differ just only on hard work ".I found this man really saying decorous words . I will write on this research about what is racism and how nelson mandela dealed with it . I will say his big rule to limit this bad habit . The conferences he made to call for anti racism and his developments Did nelson mandela really succeeded to face racism and stop the apartheid ? was he capable of making the white and black citizen equal in south africa ? How did he stop racism and what made him suffer too much ?.
  • 2. Racism is generally defined as actions, practices or beliefs, or social or political systems that are based in view that sees the human species to be divided into races with shared traits, abilities, or qualities, such as personality, intellect, morality or other cultural behavioral characteristics. Apartheid is was a system of racial segregation in South Africa enforced through legislation by the National Party (NP) governments, the ruling party from 1948 to 1994, under which the rights of the majority black inhabitants were curtailed and Afrikaner minority rule was maintained. Nelson Mandela: A Very Short Introduction (BOOK) By Elleke Boehme Nelson mandela is a famous man ,today,one the few who incontrast with those who have made our twentieth century infamous of facism ,racism and war.He made this era may be difined as the era of humanity having just a little amount of racism compared with the past era . Nelson always fighted for extreme racial discrimentaion for the south african citizen,Also africans set about having self determination. Nelson as a humanist and an anti racismal man devoted to restore black south africans to thier buried history of resistance ,Just by improving there language ,looking for activism for people . May be i could say he overcomed colonial legacies for his country . May be one of the best things he said to stimulate against racism "The long road to freedom and fighting racism is a never ending road but we have
  • 3. to stop it ". Brother hood and consensualism are intensly needed human qualities . Limit apartheid or racism to make the world i a better situation . The struggle is my life . By nelson mandela In Afrikaans apartheid or racism means 'separateness'.In South Africa it grew to be a system of governance that discriminated against black South Africans. Nelson Mandela and people such as Ahmed Kathrada fought long and hard against this discrimination. People in South Africa were segregated into categories of white, black, Coloured, Indian (or Asian). In 1958 Blacks were deprived of their citizenship. There were separate schools, buses, shops and hospitals for blacks and coloured people and the services available were well under the standard provided for the minority whites. Even laws were different. A black man found raping a white woman for example could expect years in prison, whereas a white man raping a black woman would probably be charged a small fine. Nelson Mandela went on to become president of South Africa. Apartheid was officially ended though there is no doubt that much of the racism is still deeply rooted in the country. While Nelson Mandela is no longer president, he is highly respected and his voice is still heard. As a leader and a peacemaker Nelson Mandela was the leading force in the battle against apartheid. A battle worth fighting for and a battle won.
  • 4. Nelson mandela by peter limb May be the big dilemma that faced nelson mandela was White, Black, Indian, and Colored people . Theintrusion of apartheid into private life even extended to sex and religion .Social apartheid was enforced by the Prohibition of Mixed Marriages Act and Immorality Amendment Act, which prohibited interracial marriage or sex. Authorities could even legally bar Africans from church services if considered “a nuisance.” Under these conditions, psychological traumas proliferated. Building a new country then needs to remove racism and the separateness between people . All these draconian measures motivated and energized Mandela to protest and fight racism between people , by the help of people who were appalled by the attacks on democracy and human rights. Mandela would soon lead popular anti-racism opposition in the large-scale Defiance Campaign and against forced removals and demolition of multiracial neighborhoods. Mandela addressed many of the volunteers, impressing on them the need for strict adherence to the discipline of nonviolence and avoidance of retaliation and racism if provoked . By the way mandela has never spoke to a racist in a bad way , just always trying to persuade them to stop such a bad habit like this Boehmer,A,Elekke, (A Brief Insight)Nelson Mandela: Postcolonial Thinker, Publ. Oxford University Press (2008). Mandella,N,The Struggle Is My Life:documentary co-produced by Sky News, 25 October 2013. Limb,P , Nelson Mandela: A Biography Greenwood biographies, ISSN 1540-4900 http://scholar.google.com.eg/scholar? q=nelson+mandela+racism&btnG=&hl=en&as_sdt=0%2C5.