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Michelle Obama discusses conditions on Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned.
The actor slept next to a cell where Nelson Mandela was jailed for 18 years.
Alfre Woodard talks about the historic moment when Nelson Mandela was released from Robben Island.
Nelson Mandela, imprisoned for 27 years, wrote from prison on June 10, 1980.
Nelson Mandela, anti-apartheid activist and president of South Africa, was born on this day in 1918.
Nelson Mandela’s life was a requiem to the long struggle for freedom in South Africa. Here, we journey through time tracing the footsteps of the world’s most celebrated opponent to apartheid.
Nelson Mandela, Nobel Peace Prize recipient and former president of South Africa, was a study in living a life of principle.
Nelson Mandela's wife Graca Machel and grandson Mandla Mandela expressed gratitude for the overwhelming support, prayers and songs sent to the former South African president.
As we wait for news and updates on Nelson Mandela’s condition, the world reflects on the living legend and the momentous legacy he is slated to leave behind.
Former South African President Nelson Mandela and American civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. traveled similar journeys as they brought freedom and rights to the oppressed Black communities in their respective countries.