How did Nelson Mandela make a difference?


Nelson Mandela is one of the most famous peaceful activists in the world. Mandela was born in South Africa during apartheid and became the first Black South African to be elected president of his country. Apartheid was a separation of the different races in South Africa. Nelson Mandela was able to make a difference by offering a different way of life and offering ideas on how to unite a as a nation instead of separate.
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