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Archbishop Desmond Tutu

The author of No Future without Forgiveness, Desmond Mpilo Tutu is born in 1931 and becomes the Archbishop of Cape Town and leader of the Anglican Church in South Africa. Tutu ranks among the most important opponents of apartheid in South Africa, perhaps second only to Nelson Mandela. He receives the Nobel Peace Prize in 1984. He is known for his outspoken advocacy of human rights, speaking out against AIDS, poverty, and racism.

In this book, Tutu discusses his primary role as chair of the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission or TRC. The TRC is responsible for granting amnesty from prosecution to people who engaged in gross violations of human rights under apartheid in exchange for a full confession of their crimes.

Tutu is widely known as an outspoken, warm, quirky, and forceful communicator and activist. He regularly travels the world on behalf of numerous humanitarian causes...

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