Crying in the Wilderness: The Struggle for Justice in South Africa
His faith in the peaceful destiny of South Africa and his commitment to that destiny earned Archbishop Tutu the 1984 Nobel Peace Prize. For years he served as his country’s voice of conscience during its long struggle against apartheid. When that struggle was finally won, he took the first steps, as Chairman of South Africa’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission, to minister to the ugly wounds it left behind.
Bridging the Chasm Between Black & White
On October 29, 1998 the commission submitted its initial report to President Nelson Mandela, marking a significant step in the nation’s healing process, as well as an international reminder of the commitment to the pursuit of freedom and justice.
The Hunger for Transcendence: The Search for Spiritual Values in Today's World
The Power of Unity & the Importance of Goodness in Business