Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Hope, Serenity, Eleva, and Fa'ao

Serenity, Faa'ao, Eleva and Hope from Team 5 PES on Vimeo.

Mele and Hope Nelson Mandela - MLK

Nelson Mandela and Martin Luther King were both working for racial equality.

Nelson Mandela and Martin Luther king  were black men who had to suffer violence,  a consequence of their fighting for the cause of racial equality. They both had to deal with racism like segregation, degradation and interrogation. They also went to jail.

Nelson Mandela was born on 18th July 1918. He was the President of south Africa and he is still alive. Nelson Mandela was opposing the Government and for that he ‘t vote got sent to prison for 27 years. He was in prison from 1956  - 1990. The black people and Nelson Mandela couldn't vote.
Nelson Mandela became the President of South Africa from 1994-1999 when...

Martin Luther King was born on january 15th 1929. He got arrested for tax fraud and traffic deference but he only stayed in jail for two or three weeks, Martin Luther king was allowed to vote and was an American men and got assassinated. Martin Luther king died april 4, (1968) and he was 39 years old.