Role of the Church in the Struggle
June 1, 1988
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Archbishop Desmond Tutu addresses a congregation on economic sanctions and the role of the Church in the struggle against apartheid. Tutu takes questions from the congregation.
"We are wanting to put our bodies between the perpetrators and those who are their victims." 00:03:09
Description: Archbishop Desmond Tutu addresses a congregation regarding the role of the Church in the struggle against apartheid. In this segment, he describes the duty of Christians to intervene nonviolently against apartheid policies of forced removal. He describes the spiritual preparation necessary to refrain from retaliation in the face of violence.
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