On Human Rights Day, Archbishop Desmond Tutu made a call to all South Africans to make whatever difference they could for the betterment of the country.
“Simply do something; make a difference where you are. Smile at a stranger. Spread love. Be determined to leave each place a little better, a little brighter, a little happier than how you found it.”
In this public letter, Tutu commends the work of the Amy Biehl Foundation, and Relate Bracelets, in working to improve the lives of people, making basic human rights a more realistic goal for many.
The letter composed by the Archbishop was distributed to all daily newspapers in South Africa, and was published by a large number of them, both in print and online. These papers include Beeld, The Cape Argus and The Witness. The piece was also discussed on radio station 567 Capetalk.
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