Maya Angelou Wrote This BRILLIANT Poem for Nelson Mandela. Listen to Her Read It!

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On 5 December, 2013, Nelson Mandela passed away at the age of 95. His efforts to end apartheid in South Africa and his role as the first black South African president solidified his legacy as an agent of change. He was commonly called ‘Tata’ (Father) and was often described as “the father of the nation.”

This poem composed by Dr. Maya Angelou honors the great legacy of Mandela on behalf of the American people.

Watch the video and listen to her powerful words honor Mandela’s memory.

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