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TeacherLINK: The Day the Apartheid Ended

Explore background information about Nelson Mandela and the end of the South African Apartheid
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Explore background information about Nelson Mandela and the end of the South African Apartheid in April of 1994 for Nelson Mandela Day, July 18th. Learn more about Apartheid and empathize with the plight of Africans suffering under Apartheid.

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