1. Why was April 27, 1994 significant according to "Chapter One, The Prelude"?
According to "Chapter One, The Prelude," April 27, 1994 was significant because it was the first day that black South Africans were allowed to vote.
2. What was still in force when Desmond Tutu became Archbishop in 1986?
When Desmond Tutu became Archbishop in 1986, segregation was still in force, and Tutu was not supposed to vote. A permit was needed to live in the diocese. However, Tutu did not seek a permit, and no charges were filed against him.
3. Why does Tutu say the South Africans stood tall?
Tutu says that South Africans stood tall because they had been oppressed for a biologically irrelevant reason and were now allowed to vote.
4. What realization dawned on the citizens according to Tutu?
According to Tutu, a realization dawned on the citizens of the country that true freedom was indivisible and that no population could feel free while they oppressed others.
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