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An Inside Look at Fighting Televised Bigotry
Craig Reisdorf was the victim of a cheap reality TV show made by A&E, Mike Rinder and Leah Remini. They questioned his right to live his life as he chooses and to practice the faith of his choice.
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Celebrating International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination
The fact is that racism is an ugly undercurrent in our culture—too easy to ignore unless you are one of its victims.
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Religions Fight for Freedom
Today we think of apartheid’s end in 1994 as inevitable. But it took the concerted efforts and sacrifice of many for 50 years, both inside and outside South Africa.
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Religious Persecution in South Africa—A History Lesson
I know whereof I speak because I was an investigative reporter in the 1980s. I wandered into one of these camps in Randfontein, outside Johannesburg.
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Remembering Desmond Tutu: Overcoming Intolerance Through Faith
Tutu, who passed away this week, was an exuberant warrior who fought against apartheid in his native South Africa and for justice and human rights around the world.
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Taking a STAND Against Discrimination: Nelson Mandela
His English name was Nelson Mandela, but at birth his mother had named him Rolihlahla, which meant “troublemaker” in his native Xhosa tongue.
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Why a Scientologist Wished She’d Gone to South Africa Sooner
Like these words from the late Nelson Mandela: “We can change the world and make it a better place. It is in your hands to make a difference.”
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Why We Stand for Equality, This Day Against Racism
Acts of racial discrimination diminish freedom—not just for the oppressed, but for all of us.