'Mandela: An Audio History,' Part 3: Dissidents and Children The third installment of Joe Richman and Sue Johnson's series "Mandela: An Audio History" covers the years that Nelson Mandela and the African National Congress leadership spent imprisoned on Robben Island. Leadership in the anti-apartheid fight came from an unlikely place: Schoolchildren whose activism was fueled by a new rule that all education should be in Afrikaans.
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'Mandela: An Audio History,' Part 3: Dissidents and Children

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'Mandela: An Audio History,' Part 3: Dissidents and Children

'Mandela: An Audio History,' Part 3: Dissidents and Children

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The third installment of Joe Richman and Sue Johnson's series "Mandela: An Audio History" covers the years that Nelson Mandela and the African National Congress leadership spent imprisoned on Robben Island. Leadership in the anti-apartheid fight came from an unlikely place: Schoolchildren whose activism was fueled by a new rule that all education should be in Afrikaans.