For those that do, the citation style of the paper will control how the headings are set up and their location on the page.Nelson Mandela is the former president of South Africa, and a revolutionary who fought against apartheid.
Apartheid separated South Africans by race by placing people into four classifications: white, black, coloured, and Indian.
Each group had different levels of privilege, with white South Africans being the most favored.
He was arrested, and charged with treason in 1956 for his role in the social uprising, and was eventually jailed for 27 years.
During this time, most of the countries in the world called for his release, and placed trade embargos against the white regime.
Nelson Mandela was a South African anti-Apartheid activist, and human rights advocate, whose life had a profound effect on American culture.
Mandela served as president of South Africa from 1994 through 1999, but his story began decades earlier.He said, “What counts in life is not the mere fact that we have lived.It is what difference we have made to the lives of others that will determine the significance of the life we lead”.His lifes work was to bring South Africa into mainstream 20th Century thinking by ending Apartheid.Apartheid was a system of South African government that was based on racial segregation between the minority white population and black South Africans.It was a controversial form of government that was in effect from 1948 to 1994, and caused great social turmoil.The system was put into place following World War II, but racial segregation began much earlier in the country.In 1993 he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize (along with F. The objective of celebrating Mandela is to spread the message that each individual has the ability and the responsibility to change the world for the better, thereby to build a global movement for good.The day was launched to recognize his contribution to the struggle for democracy internationally and the promotion of a culture of peace throughout the world.Photo: APFNelson Mandela (Left centre row), his former wife Winnie Mandela (wearing white), and other unidentified relatives on the 12 February 1990 in the garden of Desmond Tutu’s residence in Cape Town, one day after the Mandela’s release from jail.Photo: ANP/ Walter Dhladhla This photo was taken on 11 January 1994 of the then National Party President Frederik Willem de Klerk (L), shaking hands with the leader of the opposition party-African National Congress, Nelson Mandela (R).