Remembering Nelson Mandela
People around the world are gathering to remember and celebrate the life of Nelson “Madiba” Mandela who died late on Thursday. Mandela led the fight against apartheid in South Africa. In 1963, he was arrested and spent the next 27 years in prison. Local and international pressure for his release escalated in the late 1980s, and on February 11, 1990 he was released from prison Mandela was elected President of South Africa from 1994 to 1999, the first black South African to hold the office.
Crowds have grown outside Mandela’s house in Johannesburg as people all over the world remember and celebrate his life. To see more images and videos from the many vigils taking place today, visit these location pages:
I almost wanna tell racist white people don’t use a fire extinguisher since you hate black people oh or that hair brush or any of this other stuff
I did my first black history project in 3rd grade and it was based on Charles Drew. Amazing doctor. He would’ve lived longer but he was sent to a ER after being severely injured in a car accident and the doctors refused to operate on him because he was black. Pitiful I tell you!
Never trust a girl that says she doesn’t think JFK was attractive..
JFK is the epitome of sexy presidents ugh