[Winnie Mandela at Twelfth Baptist Church]
Original Airdate: 10/22/1990
Item Type: newstape - edited story master
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Description : Abstract
Winnie Mandela (wife of Nelson Mandela) speaks to churchgoers at the Twelfth Baptist Church. Themba Vilakazi (South African exile) stands by her side. Children from the congregation stand at the front of the church. Mandela talks about the importance of love and says that South Africans must relearn the values taken for granted by the rest of the world. Mandela says that South Africans must relearn how to love one another, themselves and their children. Mandela talks about the political climate in apartheid South Africa and about how South African children suffered under the apartheid regime. Mandela thanks the audience for supporting the black South Africans in their quest for liberation. The audience applauds for Mandela. Mandela embraces Reverend Michael Haynes (Twelfth Baptist Church). This news story includes shots of children and audience members in the church.
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African American religious leaders
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Subject : Corporate Names (Organization names)
Twelfth Baptist Church
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Type : Genre
News - Television
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