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TV Movie Examines Beginnings of Activism in South Africa

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TV Movie Examines Beginnings of Activism in South Africa

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TV Movie Examines Beginnings of Activism in South Africa

TV Movie Examines Beginnings of Activism in South Africa

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A new film called The Twelve Disciples of Nelson Mandela looks at the formative years of the African National Congress. The film is from American Thomas Allen Harris, the stepson of ANC co-founder Benjamin Pule "Lee" Leinaeng.

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Thomas Allen Harris, director of Twelve Disciples of Nelson Mandela

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