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Archbishop Tutu Signs Campaign Nonviolence Pledge!

Posted by Ryan Hall
01.23.14

Archbishop Desmond Tutu — who won the Nobel Peace Prize for his historic
challenge to apartheid in South Africa — has thrown his support behind
Campaign Nonviolence, Pace e Bene’s new movement spreading the power of
creative nonviolence and working for a world free from war, poverty and
environmental destruction. Add your name alongside this champion of justice
and peace by signing the Campaign Nonviolence Pledge!

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