Scene, Dec. 12, 2013

On Thurs., Dec. 5., the day Nelson Mandela died at age 95, Carvel, 14, posed next to a drawing of the great South African freedom fighter and leader outside Harlem’s Apollo Theater. Carvel said, due to his age, he didn’t know much about Mandela, but that he was a great person. Photo by Q. Sakamaki

On Thurs., Dec. 5., the day Nelson Mandela died at age 95, Carvel, 14, posed next to a drawing of the great South African freedom fighter and leader outside Harlem’s Apollo Theater. Carvel said, due to his age, he didn’t know much about Mandela, but that he was a great person. Photo by Q. Sakamaki

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