No stranger to the global fight for poverty, the late Nelson Mandela wore a white wristband in 2005 with the words “Make Poverty History” to show his support to Make Poverty History’s largest anti-poverty movement in the world. More than 150 million people in more than 100 countries wore bands to support the cause.
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