Learn English with Nelson Mandela. Mandela was awarded an honorary degree during a special ceremony at Harvard in September 1998. Nelson Mandela was the first democratically elected president of South Africa. He had to shift the culture of a country after the end of the apartheid regime, which enforced separation of the races and stifled freedom of the press. He established more open dialogue, encouraged communication about past abuses without taking revenge, created new relationships among people, and focused on economic empowerment for the black majority. In this Speech, he also quotes: “The greatest single challenge facing our globalised world is to combat and eradicate its disparities.” – Watch with big English subtitles.
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