Children of the Light
The Story of Desmond Tutu

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Dawn

My hope for this film is that the energy, spirit, and legacy of Archbishop Desmond Tutu-- which is captured in this film-- will continue to inspire new generations of young leaders. I hope that they will follow his example using the path of nonviolence to create social change. We can create a ...Read more

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