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Archbishop Desmond Tutu on Truth and Reconciliation

On October 29, 1998, South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission, headed by Archbishop Desmond Tutu, released its final report about crimes and atrocities that occurred during apartheid. Upon presenting the 3,500-page report to Nelson Mandela, Archbishop Tutu delivers a speech focusing on healing the divided country.

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  • Archbishop Desmond Tutu on Truth and Reconciliation
    Archbishop Desmond Tutu on Truth and Reconciliation

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    On October 29, 1998, South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission, headed by Archbishop Desmond Tutu, released its final report about crimes and atrocities that occurred during apartheid. Upon presenting the 3,500-page report to Nelson Mandela, Archbishop Tutu delivers a speech focusing on healing the divided country.

    Audio Clip (0:40)
  • Musicians Boycott South Africa
    Musicians Boycott South Africa

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    A news report describes the protest set off by British pop star Dusty Springfield when she refused to perform during a tour in South Africa unless she could sing to a non-segregated audience. Although her 1964 tour was cancelled, many other British rock stars joined her in condemning apartheid.

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  • Tutu Speaks Out Against Apartheid
    Tutu Speaks Out Against Apartheid

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    In an October 28, 1985, address to the United Nations Special Political Committee, Bishop Desmond Tutu calls for the immediate dismantling of apartheid.

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