No Future Without Forgiveness Setting & Symbolism

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South Africa

This is the country whose social institutions are the focus of the book.

Bishopscourt

This is the site of many resistance meetings and where Mandela spends his first night of freedom.

Cape Town

Tutu is the Archbishop of Cape Town.

Johannesburg

Tutu serves as Bishop of Johannesburg before becoming an Archbishop.

The Sharpeville Massacre

Occurring March 21st, 1960, South African police kill a large number of black protesters. Tutu believes that this event marks the beginning of the severe abuses of the apartheid era. The TRC consider this event as the beginning of the period where they will grant amnesty for gross human rights abuses.

The Election of 1994

In 1994, Mandela is elected President of South Africa in a valid and democratic election.

The Truth and Reconciliation Commission

This is the commission that is led by Tutu and is charged with the task of granting amnesty for human...

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