It’s been six years since former South African president Nelson Mandela died and one of the people who won’t forget him is supermodel Naomi Campbell

The 49-year-old remembered the struggle stalwart on social media this week on a special anniversary.

“Today marks the 71st Anniversary of The Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Let us be the generation that works tirelessly to ensure Human Rights to all around the globe,” she captioned a picture of Mandela.

The image featured one of Madiba’s famous quotes:

“To deny people their human rights is to challenge their very humanity.”

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The English model also paid tribute to Mandela earlier this month. She dedicated a sweet post to Tata on the sixth anniversary of his death.

“PRESIDENT NELSON MANDELA #tata, now six years since your moving to the spiritual world !! Your legacy continues to reign on us. I wonder in my mind all the time, what you would say at the state of our world today and the issues that face our planet!”

Mandela was not the only South African to whom Naomi paid tribute on social media this month

She joined stars such as Oprah, Grabrielle Union, Ciara and Tyra Banks on congratulating Zozibini Tunzi on her Miss Universe win.

Naomi also shared a screenshot of a CNN post that revealed four major beauty titles were for the first time held simultaneously by black women.

“IT’S ABOUT TIME!! So proud of these ladies,” she wrote.