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Ian Berry 1994 South Africa - the same year Apartheid officially ended. Berry's photograph marks an instant change in history. The photograph summarises the brilliance of Nelson Mandela and how his desire to change the world did just that.

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Winnie Mandela

 Nelson Mandela, then acting as a defense lawyer, outside the Drill Hall, during the Treason Trial, the first major trial for treason in South Africa.

Vintage Black Photos

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Icons ©: [{Credit: Michael Peto/© University Of Dundee, The Peto Collection}]:- Nelson Mandela at the North London home of Oliver Tambo in two months before he was arrested and imprisoned.

Michael Peto's archive - in pictures

Michael Peto was one of Britain's greatest photojournalists, photographing the greats of the 1950s and 60s and documenting everyday life

Nelson Mandela worked for equality in South Africa from 1942 until his retirement from public life in Here's a look at his remarkable life: Nelson Mandela, Native American History, African History, Winnie Mandela, African National Congress, Democratic Election, First Black President, Black Presidents, Head Of State

The life of Nelson Mandela

Nelson Mandela worked for equality in South Africa from 1942 until his retirement from public life in 2004. Here's a look at his remarkable life:

Albert Luthuli and Oliver Tambo: Political Activists

Chief Albert Luthuli and Oliver Tambo

Civil rights activist Daisy Lee Gatson Bates Founder with her husband of the Arkansas State Press, president of the Arkansas branch of the NAACP, and a key organizer of the desegregation of Little Rock's Central High School. Change The World, In This World, Little Rock Nine, Civil Rights Activists, Civil Rights Movement, African Diaspora, New York Public Library, Before Us, African American History

Daisy Bates and The Little Rock Nine

September 25, 1957, became a historic day in the Nation when nine courageous children risked their lives to attend Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas. Confronted by a hostile crowd and es…

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Balthazar Johannes Vorster (13 Desember 1915 tot 10 September 1983) het dr. Hendrik Frensch Verwoerd met laasgenoemde se sluipmoord op 6 September 1966 opgevolg as Eerste Minister van Suid-Afrika en so die sewende Eerste Minister sedert Uniewording geword. Hy was ook 'n kort tydperk van 1978 tot 1979 Staatspresident van Suid-Afrika.

Portrait taken of Zimbabwean-born, South African leader and activist Chief Albert Lutuli who served as president of South Africa’s African National Congress party from and in 1960 became. African National Congress, Glasgow University, Nobel Peace Prize, Nobel Prize, African Royalty, Cultural Appropriation, Boys Life, African Diaspora, Global Icon

Zimbabwean-born, South African leader & activist Chief Albert Lutuli who served as president of South Africa’s African National Congress party from 1952-1967 & in 1960 became Africa’s first ever Nobel Peace Prize winner for his role in the non-violent struggle against apartheid. On July 21st, 1967, Lutuli was killed as he was struck by train whilst crossing railway tracks- an explanation for his death that many believe to be false.

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October 1917 Oliver Tambo was born on this date. He was an African politician and activist against apartheid.

Pan-Africanist Movement | robert mangaliso sobukwe founding president of the pan africanist ...

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Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe was born to Hubert and Angelina Sobukwe on 5 December 1924 at Graaff-Reinet, Cape Province. Haile Selassie, Xhosa, History Online, 90s Hip Hop, Black Pride, Art Flowers, First Girl, African History, Black Power

Robert Sobukwe | South African History Online

Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe was born to Hubert and Angelina Sobukwe on 5 December 1924 at Graaff-Reinet, Cape Province. He was the youngest of five boys and one girl.