Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Oprah
He's without a doubt a phenomenal man. Archbishop Desmond Tutu can tell you about the rise of apartheid, the marches and rebellions in Soweto that led to its collapse, and the AIDS pandemic now ravaging Africa. Just when you think the conversation has turned particularly dismal, he throws back his head and breaks out into laughter. The Nobel Peace Prize winner sat down with Oprah to talk about his infinite hope (and steadfast love) for the world.

"He's a man with an exuberant laugh and a generous heart to match." — Oprah

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