Desmond Tutu's biography on his Peace Foundation site for America.
Desmond Tutu's page on the Nobel Prize site.
Articles about Desmond Tutu on The New Yorks Times' website.
Another quick biography website.
A collection of articles and news about Desmond Tutu on The Elders website (independent global leaders working together for peace and human rights).
More of Desmond Tutu's famous quotes.
Desmond Tutu's commencement address to The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in Kenan Stadium, on May 10, 2009.
Desmond Tutu on abc news.
Desmond Tutu on Ubuntu, an African philosophy focusing on people's relationships with each other.
Tutu addresses delegates at the One Young World Opening Ceremony in Old Billingsgate, London
The transcript of an interview with Desmond Tutu's daughter, Rev. Mpho Tutu.
A talk with Rev. Mpho Tutu on morality and religion.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu on the Alliance of Civilizations
Rev. Desmond Tutu discusses leadership
Desmond Tutu campaigned not only for human rights, but also for environmental rights and health problems. He especially supported the containment of tuberculosis and HIV.
Why did Archbishop Tutu catch our attention? This was because of his outstanding leadership. He was extremely vocal, and protested peacefully. He was not afraid to speak up for what he believed was right, and did not fear the opinions of people and groups in power. He even dared to criticize the United Nations for supporting Indonesia in conquering West Papua, for he considered this another act of oppression -- which he had fought so hard against in South Africa. Desmond Tutu proves that not all reforms must be violent, and through devotion to one’s cause, people will hear you.
~Clare Zhou, Jacquelyn Ho, and Linda Qin
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