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NELSON MANDELA

John Major the British Prime Minister greets South African leader Nelson Mandela

As a young man, he was a heavyweight boxer....

Dix choses que je retiens de Nelson Mandela - Le nouvel Observateur

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& to be free is not merely to cast off one& chains, but to live in a way that respects and enhances the freedom of others.

We honor Nelson Mandela for all the work he has done in his lifetime. We are inspired by the patience, wisdom, and integrity with which Mandela led his nation in their pursuit of equality and freedom. He is a great moral hero and we all could learn much from his long road of sacrifice toward personal and national liberation.

Nelson Mandela’s Moving Inaugural Address and Timeless Wisdom from His Autobiography – Brain Pickings

Nelson Mandela and his second wife Winnie Madikizela.  Married 1958–1996 (Divorced).

Nelson Mandela's Most Insightful Quotes

South African anti-apartheid leader and member of the African National Congress (ANC) Nelson Mandela shown in a file photo dated 1957 posing with his wife Winnie during their wedding. (Photo credit should read OFF/AFP/Getty Images)

Nelson Mandela Shaking Hands with Muhammad Ali  Photographer: David Turnley

Nelson Mandela Shaking Hands with Muhammad Ali Photographer: David Turnley

Both Ms Bruni (above, with Mr Sarkozy, Nelson Mandela and his wife Graca Machel in 2008) and Mr Stewart, below with Mr Mandela in, have met the former South African president before

French First Lady Carla Bruni to revive fading pop career with New York gig to mark Nelson Mandela's 91st birthday

Both Ms Bruni (above, with Mr Sarkozy, Nelson Mandela and his wife Graca Machel in and Mr Stewart, below with Mr Mandela in, have met the former South African president before

#MandelaMarathon Celebrates & honors the life of Nelson Mandela & the Triumph of the Human Spirit!

Celebrates & honors the life of Nelson Mandela & the Triumph of the Human Spirit!

The Pope and Nelson Mandela

President Nelson Mandela walks with Pope John Paul II after the pontiff's arrival at Johannesburg airport September This was the Pope's first official visit to South Africa.

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