Food writer Anna Trapido asked those who changed the world what they were eating while they did it. In her gastro-political biography of Mandela, 'Hunger for Freedom, the story of food in the life of Nelson Mandela', she described what Mandela had for dinner on the evening of his release in February 1990. At the home of Bishop Tutu, Mandela had his first meal of freedom with a desert of rum raisin ice cream.
To celebrate the remembrance of Mandelas liberation from prison, it is this sweet taste of freedom that we would like to serve to you.
19:30 hrs: Welcome in the Lloyd zaal
20:00 hrs: Coen Stork, former diplomat and waarnemer at the Rivonia Trial, on the accusation of Nelson Mandela in 1964
20.10 hrs: Conny Braam, former chairwoman of the anti-Apartheidsmovement in the Netherlands and involved with Operation Vula, on solidarity
20:20 hr: Official opening mini-exhibition "Free Nelson Mandela
22:30 hrs: End
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