The Long Walk To Freedom, By Nelson Mandela

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The world we live in is filled with racial discrimination. Even after slavery was abolished, there are still many signs of the racial barrier between whites and blacks. The struggle to end this fight has been tried by many people who pushed the success for equality a little bit farther. One of these people was Nelson Mandela. Mandela was determined to fix the problem with white superiority in his country. With all the work Nelson Mandela put into fixing the racial separation, he should be considered an international hero.
As a school kid, Nelson Mandela started to pave his path for his future in revolution, which would greatly influence his ideas for a new South Africa. Mandela was first influenced for change when he had to pay for his education,
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Mandela didn’t always use violent ways of protesting. Mandela lead nonviolent “protests” “against the white” superiority “regime in” the “racially divided South Africa (“Nelson Mandela”, History). For years he “directed” these peaceful protests against the government 's "racist policies" (“Nelson Mandela”, Biography). To help his cause, Mandela arranged many laws, constitutions, and more which would also help continue the spread of his goals. Mandela wrote “an autobiography” given the title, “Long Walk to Freedom” which was very fitting for his journey to ending racism. He “founded the law firm” called “Mandela and Tambo” (“Nelson Mandela”, Biography). This “law firm provided” the black South Africans with a “free and low-cost legal counsel”. This means that the law firm gave them more freedom of speech against the unjust and racist laws of the white-superior government. Mandela also “urged” for a “constitutional reform” and stated that the “struggle” for rights would pursue unless the the “black majority” got a “right to vote” (“Nelson Mandela”, Biography). He continued on, “forming a multiethnic government to oversee” South Africa’s “transition” away from apartheid and towards freedom. Continuing to take part in the extermination of apartheid”, Mandela was elected “the first black president of South Africa” (“Nelson Mandela”, History). Through peaceful protests and new laws, Mandela would go on to become an astounding

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