Nelson Mandela's fight to end apartheid in South Africa is a riveting story of hardship, courage, and triumph. One of the great moral leaders of modern history, Mandela never gave up his struggle against racial oppression. Through Mandela's own words, primary documents, photographs, and engaging text, readers will learn about his early life in a small village, the stirrings of his political consciousness, his twenty-seven years of imprisonment for defying apartheid, and the events leading to his election as the first black president of South Africa. The book also explores Mandela's legacy of justice, equality, and dignity, which has inspired people to action around the globe.
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