On March 12, Archbishop Desmond Tutu shot a video spot for thecommunity.com’s upcoming human rights campaign. The video will be released in late fall. Come with us to Kalamazoo, Michigan to spend an hour with a human rights legend:
Thought I’d just start with one of my favorite pictures. Archbishop Desmond Tutu and I were talking out of a video shoot for thecommunity.com, at the Fetzer Institute in Kalamzoo, Michigan. It was a quiet, friendly moment.
In 1979, Anglican priest Desmond Mpilo Tutu became the first black General Secretary of the South African Council of Churches (SACC). He spoke strongly and internationally, pushing for non-violent change and economic sanctions against South Africa. In reaction, the South African government revoked his passport. By 1982, Tutu’s isolation and...
Just some snapshots of favorite moments along the way. Click on any image to open gallery, click on image to close.