Zinzi Mandela: Growing up in the Anti-Apartheid Movement

Zinzi Mandela carried by a Soweto crowd in 1985

Zinzi Mandela smiles as a crowd in Soweto, South Africa, carries her to the stage, where she read a speech from her jailed father, Nelson Mandela, Feb. 10, 1985. Corbis hide caption

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Zinzi Mandela, the daughter of Nelson and Winnie, is a managing trustee of the Nelson Mandela Children's Fund and an advisory board member of the Lovelife Foundation, an organization dedicated to HIV awareness. She talks with NPR's Tavis Smiley about her activism, family and childhood.



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