1985: Allan Boesak, Beyers Naude, & Winnie Mandela, South Africa
Ending Apartheid in South Africa.
Reverand Allan Boesak, Beyers Naude and Winnie Mandela fought tenaciously to end apartheid in South Africa. Subjected to legal persecution, jail sentences, and the excommunication of their communities and churches, Boesak, Beyers and Mandela continued their activism until the fall of apartheid and the introduction of democracy in 1994.
rfkcenter: Great article! RT @seanjcoughlan Human-rights training centre opens in Florence, teaching digital activists. http://t.co/JlUdA65A8T
rfkcenter: Archbishop Emeritus, Most Rev Michael Kpakala Francis gave refuge to the war weary & hope to a nation http://t.co/yNoauQdBq9 #liberia
rfkcenter: Archbishop Francis was a man of extraordinary courage using the pulpit to criticize the abuses of Liberia’s dictators http://t.co/yNoauQdBq9
rfkcenter: Statement on the Passing of 1999 RFK #HumanRights Award Laureate Archbishop Francis http://t.co/yNoauQdBq9 #RFKawards #liberia #monrovia