No Future Without Forgiveness - Chapter Eight, This Is My Brother, I Know These Shoes Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Eight, This Is My Brother, I Know These Shoes Summary and Analysis

Many are cynical about the TRC seeing it as sentimental. Tutu however believes that they forget that it avoids bloodshed and rescues the country from the brink of disaster. TRC is only ever meant to be part of the reconciliation process and not the whole. Many people do experience healing and many reveal their vulnerability in public.

One of the most extraordinary events in the history of the TRC is the trial that is held for Mrs. Mandela's bodyguards and football club who are clearly guilty of kidnapping and assault. Mrs. Mandela wants the hearing to be open so that she can publicly respond to allegations. Tutu maintains that Winnie is always amazing and that she suffered greatly for the cause of liberation...

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