Desmond Tutu

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South African prelate and leader of the antiapartheid struggle (born in 1931)


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The letter was undersigned by many top officials, politicans and writers including Tony Benn, Noam Chomsky and Arch Bishop Desmond Tutu.
Another notable contributor is Bishop Desmond Tutu who revealed that stories of Best's exploits on the field filled the corridors of Robben Island prison during the apartheid era.
Anti-apartheid icon Bishop Desmond Tutu promised FIFA top brass a first-class passage to heaven if they made South Africa hosts.
South African bishop Desmond Tutu, head of the group, said he would probably not see the worst impacts of climate change but he said he was worried about his child.
Lest you think I exaggerate by using the 'A' word, I will point out that Bishop Desmond Tutu has compared Israel to unfavourably apartheid South Africa, on more than one occasion.
The demand for Mandela's release grew into a global campaign, and a leading critic of apartheid, the South African Anglican Bishop Desmond Tutu, was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1984.
Bishop Desmond Tutu of South Africa once told members of the US Congress that the most effective way to heal the divisions and wounds of history is to provide opportunities for people of all backgrounds to tell their stories.
color) Carlos Santana; his wife, Deborah; and Bishop Desmond Tutu announce the guitarist will donate proceeds from his summer concert tour to Artists for a New South Africa.
Its sumptuous Moroccan, Moorish and Art Deco design, opulent rooms, chic nightclub, gourmet restaurants and winter skiing trips have attracted a wide range of celebrities, from Winston Churchill to Bishop Desmond Tutu to Naomi Campbell.
And when readers get to a point where they can take no more, the author too has come to the end of her tether, and there is a pause while we are taken behind the scenes of the Commission and learn how it has affected everyone, from Bishop Desmond Tutu to junior reporters.
Though the meeting was punctuated with such luminary figures as Bishop Desmond Tutu, landmines ambassador Jody Williams, East Timorese activist Josh Ramos Horta, and UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan, the conference focused more on the individual meetings and projects which gave people from various regions of the world an invaluable opportunity to discuss their own specific areas of expertise with their colleagues.
In the past decade, the peace prize has gone, more often than not, to high profile political, spiritual and moral leaders like Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev (1990), anti-Nazi activist Elie Wiesel (1986), South African church leader Bishop Desmond Tutu (1984) and Polish union leader Lech Walesa (1983).
Bill has built The Learning Annex into the premier brand in self improvement having developed and packaged lectures, seminars and workshops for leading personalities that include Donald Trump, Larry King, Jerry Lewis, Sarah Jessica Parker, Henry Kissinger, Tony Robbins, Deepak Chopra, Bishop Desmond Tutu, Barbara Bush and P.
George Soros, Bishop Desmond Tutu, Mairead Maguire, Jose Ramos-Horta and Dr Mahathir Mohammad will join the call to be made by genocide scholars, human rights researchers and activists at the Oslo Conference on May 26.
In 1984, Anglican Bishop Desmond Tutu was named winner of the Nobel Peace Prize for his decades of nonviolent struggle for racial equality in South Africa.