Nelson Mandela Nobel Peace Prize Acceptance Speech Analysis

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Critical Analysis of Nelson Mandela’s Nobel Peace Prize Acceptance Speech Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela was the son Hendry Mphakanyiswa the tembu tribe chief and South African farmer .Nelson Mandela later became the most prominent figures the leader of the fighting against apartheid. He also was the longest imprisoned member of the African nation Congress (ANC). As a result of his fighting and resisting to the white minority rules in and out of prison he was awarded Noble peace prize. In 10 December 1993 in Oslo Norway Nelson Mandela received a Nobel peace prize as a result of his leadership and peaceful and nonviolence ending of the apartheid and laid the foundation to the new Democratic South Africa. At the ceremony he gave the most influential speech of our time. The audience was mainly made up of white and upper classes but the most the outside audience was the people across the world. And in his speech Mandela highlights the major obstacles of our time from property to human right violations. The key points of Nelson Mandela speech was pursuit of happiness liberty and human and children right. How all of us have the right to live and practice democratic and fair system of justice. “...society should never allow again that there should be prisoners of conscience nor that any person 's human right should be …show more content…
Instead he fought for he was imprisoned for 25 years for this cause. After serving 25 years he came out and lived up to his expedition. He became the first black president of the newly found country. He and the people of South Africa ended the apartheid the white minority rules and reconcile the democratic South Africa. Today as his legacy the rainbow country lives on, his great symbolism of freedom over Africa lives on and awarded the highest Awards which is Nobel Peace

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