Chapter One, The Prelude
• According to "Chapter One, The Prelude," April 27, 1994 was the first day that black South Africans were allowed to vote.
• Archbishop Desmond Tutu was sixty-two years old and Nelson Mandela was seventy-six.
• The election was bloodshed free despite fears.
• ANC became the first party in South Africa Government.
• Tutu decided to vote in a slum to show solidarity.
• The polling station had long wait lines.
• Tutu said that voting was a spiritual experience contrary.
• Nelson Mandela was inaugurated on May 10, 1994.
• Mandela was forgiving and magnanimous.
• The election was certified fair and free.
• Tutu became Dean of Johannesburg in 1975 and wrote B.J Vorster prior to the Soweto uprising.
• Tutu had three goals when he was made an Archbishop. The goals were to ordain women, to split his diocese, and to liberate the people of South Africa.
• Tutu didn't achieve his goal of splitting his diocese...
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