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Archbishop Desmond Tutu
For more than 25 years, South Africa's Archbishop Desmond Tutu has fought tirelessly to turn a country in the throes of racial violence into a democracy for all. He's a living example of how bravery and kindness can change the world. Now, the Nobel Peace Prize winner hopes that the triumphs of his homeland can serve as an inspiration to world.

Oprah: In your book, you say that in order for there to be real peace in the world, women...

Archbishop Tutu: Women must take over. Women have a way of reaching out to others. I want to suggest that women start a revolution. God depends on you that you are going to turn this world into the kind of place you want. It should be a place of compassion, of gentleness, of sharing, of caring. Ultimately, God won't fail. The story is beautiful and we live happily ever after.
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Published on December 23, 2004

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