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seventeenth to reach its present form. Yasaka-jinja is dedicated to Susano, god of the oceans, one of Japanese mythology protagonists. The shrine is located east of
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into actions of love, in1995 Mandela founded the Nel- son Mandela Children’s Fund: “Changing the way society treats its children and youth” in Johannesburg, South Af- rica. In 2007, Mandela was the founder of Te Elders, an in- ternational non-governmental organization of public figures noted as elder statesmen, peace activists, and human rights ad- vocates—working together for peace and human rights. He set a goal “to use their
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