South-Africa, apartheid, separate the blacks, separate the whites, laws, prohibition, mixed marriages, Nelson Mandela, technical, scientific, social, Barack Obama, conversation with myself, situation of South Africa
On 1948, the ideology supported by the National Party government named apartheid was introduced in South Africa. The principal aim was to separate the blacks from the whites by numerous laws such as the prohibition of Mixed Marriages. Obviously, some people disagreed and decided to resist such as the major figure: Nelson Mandela.
[...] Obama really admires Mandela for that and let the figure of Mandela influence him on his political choices. Moreover, Mandela is seen as a visionary, the one who changed mentalities and helped black people regain faith in themselves. By this foreword, Obama encourages all the readers to take the example of Mandela as an imperfect man but by his glorious actions as a hero. Indeed, Mandela never lost faith in his beliefs and continued to overcome his fears as we should all do. [...]
[...] South-Africa Presentation In 1948, the ideology supported by the National Party government named apartheid was introduced in South Africa. The principal aim was to separate the blacks from the whites by numerous laws such as the prohibition of Mixed Marriages. Obviously, some people disagreed and decided to resist such as the major figure: Nelson Mandela. Mandela's actions led to the end of Apartheid in 1994 which brings us to the notion idea of progress. The idea of progress can be defined as an improvement, a development or a change but also as a technical, scientific or social advance which contributes to making the world a better place. [...]
[...] This work of Len Salk emphasizes the fact that even if some changes and some progress had been made, there was still a lot to negotiate. Indeed, the situation of apartheid in South Africa had been taking a lot of time to progress even with the important efforts that Mandela made. To conclude, thanks to Mandela a lot of changes had been made from 1948 to 1992 which contributed to representing him as a hero of the nation by all of his sacrifices and glorious actions. The situation of South Africa really progressed but unfortunately it took a lot of time. [...]
[...] Moreover, in this movie it is really clear that the aim of the producer is to show how a ‘basic' human being by achieving his goals and really believing in what is right manage to make such a huge change in South African history but also in the entire world by the spreading of his ideas. Indeed, the progression of Mandela is impressive, he started by being an activist in the ANC and is not taken seriously by the whites even finally being the president of South Africa. III. The caricature negotiating process by Len Salk Thirdly, I am going to talk about the caricature negotiating process by Len Salk. [...]
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