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Mansbridge One on One: Desmond Tutu

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"We are taking a heck of a long time learning one lesson that God seems to be wanting to teach us - that we are family," says South Africa's Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu. He's applying this idea to the world's current problems, from environmental issues to terrorism. In this 2002 episode of Mansbridge One on One, Tutu also comments on the horrors of Sept. 11. And when Mansbridge asks him how South Africa has changed since apartheid ended, he says with a smile, "What has changed is, we're free."

Medium: Television
Program: Mansbridge One on One
Broadcast Date: Sept. 21, 2002
Guest(s): Bishop Desmond Tutu
Interviewer: Peter Mansbridge
Duration: 22:21

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"We are taking a heck of a long time learning one lesson that God seems to be wanting to teach us - that we are family," says South Africa's Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu. He's applying this idea to the world's current problems, from environmental issues to terrorism. In this 2002 episode of Mansbridge One on One, Tutu also comments on the horrors of Sept. 11. And when Mansbridge asks him how South Africa has changed since apartheid ended, he says with a smile, "What has changed is, we're free."


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