When Freedom Came

When Freedom Came

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Imagine being there, the day when freedom is ushered into South Africa after years of apartheid! When Freedom Came is a mosaic sequence about struggles and losses under aparthied laws. It is told through the lens of nine-year-old Mandisa and spans over three generations (hers, her mother, and her grandmother). Mandisa shares the deep yearning for freedom for blacks in South Africa. Mandisa takes us to the polls as she helps her 96-year-old grandmother vote for the first time during South Africa's first free election. It was the first time that blacks were allowed to participate in South Africa's election. Mandisa is overjoyed as she watches history being made; but more importantly, she was there, the day when freedom came to her people in South Africa. Would you like to know more about Mandisa, her family, and South Africa? Scroll to the top and purchase or download the ebook and learn more.show more

Product details

  • 9-12
  • Paperback | 64 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 3.81mm | 149.68g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508649022
  • 9781508649021

About Arama Christiana Meka

Arama Christiana has been in love with the art of storytelling from a very young age. She enjoys entertaining and engaging others in the stories and worlds she creates, whether it is through reading, writing, drama or story-telling. Her first book, The Children of Sierra Leone, was published by Richard C. Owens, Inc. In the past, she has done freelance writing for educational testing services, financial institutions as well as developed information technology courseware. Arama was born in Sierra Leone, West Africa, and moved to the United States in 1980. She currently lives in North Carolina with her husband, their two daughters, and a rambunctious Doberman, named Mr. Steel. Their son currently serves in the United States Navy. For more information, visit her sites below: www.aramaproducts.com www.aramaproducts.blogspot.comshow more

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