Winnie Madikizela-Mandela at Nelson Mandela's Liberation

South African anti-apartheid hero, known as Mother of the Nation,  and former first lady Winnie Madikizela-Mandela has  passed away. She was aged 81. She and her former husband Nelson Mandela, led and became the symbols of the stuggle to  liberate  South Africa from the apartheid.  They endured suffering, including long term jails.

When her husband was jailed for close to three decades, she remained at the forefront of the liberation movement, coordinating undergroung activists, from inside the country. Her tenacity eventually led to the victory and the release of Nelson Mandela, who became the first president of the independent and free South Africa. She also served in the government.

Billy Graham with President Barack Obama

Reverend Billy Graham died Tuesday February 20, 2018. He was at age 99. He will be remembered as one of the greatest Christian pastors in America and around the World. But he was also renowned for his unequivocal advocacy for racial equality, both in the United States and around the World.

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