AirTalk for December 6, 2013

A congresswoman's career defining work

US Congressional Leaders Honor Nelson Mandela On His 95th Birthday

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WASHINGTON, DC - JULY 18: Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) delivers remarks during a ceremony to celebrate the life Nobel Peace Prize laureate and former South Africa President Nelson Mandela on the occasion of his 95th birthday in the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center July 18, 2013 in Washington, DC.

Congresswoman Maxine Waters, (D-CA) takes time to reflect on the loss of “one of the most impressive figures of the 20th century.”  Waters talks about her part in the divestment movement, calling her efforts during the anti-apartheid movement the defining work of her career.

Guest:
Congresswoman Maxine Waters, (D-CA) U.S. Congresswoman serving California’s 43rd District - comprised of South Los Angeles; Before her election to Congress, she was a leader in the movement to end Apartheid and establish democracy in South Africa.


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