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Dancing with Nelson Mandela
Sunday, July 18th, 2010


On Oct. 9, 1993, Nelson Mandela continued to travel the world to spread his peaceful ways. In this photo he dances with a singer at a rally for freedom in Glasgow, Scotland. (PA/AFP/Getty Images)

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A 1961 photo of Nelson Mandela. (Reuters)

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A photograph of Nelson Mandela when he married Winnie. (Reuters)

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At age 71 Nelson Mandela welcomes freedom as he walks away from the Victor Verster prison, near Cape Town, on Feb. 11, 1990. Mandela is accompanied by his former wife Winnie. (Ulli Michel/Reuters)

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On April 24, 1994, Nelson Mandela, took on his responsibility as the leader of the African National Congress. In this photo, taken three days before South Africa's first all-race elections, he campaigns with Soweto residents at their local stadium. (Henner Frankenfeld/AFP/Getty Images)

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In 2003 Nelson Mandela prepares to give a lecture to the British Red Cross, to praise their work in highlighting HIV and AIDS issues. (Scott Barbour/Getty Images)

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On Oct. 20, 2003, Nelson Mandela met Britain's Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace. This meeting marked the centenary of the Rhodes Trust, started by the 19th century entrepreneur, politician and colonialist, Cecil John Rhodes, which provides scholarships for students around the world to study at Oxford University. Mandela is deeply committed to the issue of education. (Kristy Wigglesworth/AFP/Getty Images)

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Celebrating his 87th birthday, Nelson Mandela laughs with his current wife, Graca Machel, in Johannesburg. (Mike Hutchings/Reuters)

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In October 2003, Nelson Mandela remembered his days of boxing as he wished Philip Ndou good luck in his upcoming BWC lightweight division fight against the world champion, Floyd Mayweather, in Johannesburg. (Alexander Joe/AFP/Getty Images)

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Nelson Mandela, at 90, showed continued support for the African National Congress by making a surprise appearance at the ANC's final major election rally ahead of national elections on April 19, 2009. (John Moore/Getty Images)

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Nelson Mandela stayed deeply involved in South African politics even after his term as president. In this photo, Mandela welcomes U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in Johannesburg, Aug. 7, 2009. (Reuters)

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A grieving Nelson Mandela arrived at the funeral of his great-granddaughter Zenani Mandela. Thirteen-year-old Zenani was killed in a car that overturned on June 10 as it took her home from a pre-World Cup concert in Soweto. The ceremony took place on June 17, 2010, at St. Stithian College Chapel in Sandton. (Siphiwe Sibeko/AFP/Getty Images)

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Nelson Mandela and his wife, Graca Machel, greeted fans before the June 11, 2010 World Cup soccer final between the Netherlands and Spain at Soccer City stadium in Soweto. (Pedro Ugarte/AFP/Getty Images)

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This photograph of Nelson Mandela was released by the Mandela Foundation on the eve of his 92nd birthday. (Debbie Yazbek/Nelson Mandela Foundation)

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