South Africa's Archbishop Tutu reflects on justice with PBS

April 1999
New York Amsterdam News;04/22/99, Vol. 90 Issue 17, p31
Profiles Anglican Archbishop Desmond Tutu focusing on his role in South Africa's struggle to end apartheid. Service as chairman of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission; Commission's investigation of human rights violations in South Africa from 1960 to 1994; Airing of interview produced by Public Affairs Television Inc.


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