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Nelson Mandela and the Politics of Anti-, Non-, and Multi-racial Democracy

Mar 21
4:00pm - 5:00pm
On Campus Event - Old Library, Quita Woodward Room
Image of lantern in stone with 'Teach-Ins' graphic

Nelson Mandela began 1990 as one of the most famous political prisoners in the world, jailed for 27 years for his resistance to apartheid, South Africa's system of legal racial oppression. In 1999, Mandela retired from South Africa's presidency having led the country through a largely peaceful transition that is often described as a "miracle." During this interactive teach-in, audience members will explore Mandela's approaches to race and look for lessons for transforming race-based social systems.


Audience: BMC Community
Type(s): Teach-in
Hedy Gerace

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