Nelson Mandela Side Tear Checks

Nelson Mandela Side Tear Checks
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The Black Pimpernel

A pimpernel is a flower of the primrose family that's also known as the "poor man's barometer" because its bloom closes when bad weather approaches.

We mention it here because as a fugitive in 1961, Nelson Mandela was dubbed the "Black Pimpernel" by the South African police because he was so evasive, often disguising himself as a gardener, chef or chauffeur.

Of course, Mandela was captured in 1964 and spent the next 27 years in prison; still, the nickname stuck.

Now we've put the inspirational words of hope that have sustained so many in the fight for equality on these Nelson Mandela Side Tear Checks. Let them remind you of Mandela's steadfast resolve in the face of adversity and injustice. Order yours today!

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