Virtual Drop In Mandela Tour 6/16 10:30 am Central Time

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Wednesday June 16

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10:30 AM  –  11:30 AM

Nelson Mandela was one of the most famous human rights defenders of the 20th-century and the face of a movement against racial injustice. His unbreakable will inspired people around the globe to mobilize for human rights and contributed to a worldwide crusade demanding racial equality. A winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1993 and South Africa’s first democratically elected president in 1994, Mandela devoted his life to fighting apartheid and creating a more just society.

Join a virtual public tour of the new special exhibition, Mandela: Struggle for Freedom. The exhibit traces the history of the anti-apartheid movement in South Africa, with Nelson Mandela as one of its central figures. The virtual public tour includes a video presentation featuring Chief Curator of Collections and Exhibitions, Arielle Weininger, and live Q&A moderated by Museum personnel.

A Zoom link will be emailed to you before the program.

Members: Free; Non-members: $10

Members: To take advantage of your membership benefits, please register for an account, or sign in at the top right corner of the screen. After you “Add to Cart” your member discount will be applied on the next screen.