Nelson Mandela. South African President and Civil Rights by Kris Woll

By Kris Woll

"Learn who Nelson Mandela was once and the way he made a distinction within the lives of the folks of South Africa and round the world."--Publisher's web site.

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Nelson Mandela. South African President and Civil Rights Activist

"Learn who Nelson Mandela was once and the way he made a distinction within the lives of the folk of South Africa and worldwide. "--Publisher's web site.

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As I walked out the door toward the gate that would lead to my his autobiography. The Freedom. It tells the story of his life from his childhood to his election as president. A shorter version of the story for children was released in 2009. A movie about freedom,” he said about Mandela’s life came out in the day he was released 2013. Mandela wrote and from jail, “I knew if I didn’t too, including a collection of leave my bitterness and contributed to other books African folktales. ” Mandela again became the leader of the ANC.

Indd 44 10/10/14 3:44 PM Why Do I Care? How do you think Mandela’s messages of fairness and equality affected the world beyond South Africa? In what ways do you think he changed people’s lives, even those that were not from his country? How might the world be different without Mandela’s leadership? Say What? Studying history and politics can mean learning a lot of new vocabulary. Find five words in this book that you’ve never heard before. Use a dictionary to find out what they mean. Then write the meanings in your own words, and use each word in a new sentence.

Write a short essay comparing and contrasting the new source’s point of view with that of this book’s author. What is the point of view of each author? How are they similar and why? How are they different and why? indd 44 10/10/14 3:44 PM Why Do I Care? How do you think Mandela’s messages of fairness and equality affected the world beyond South Africa? In what ways do you think he changed people’s lives, even those that were not from his country? How might the world be different without Mandela’s leadership?

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