Desmond Tutu, South African equality activist, dies at 90

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Archbishop archbishop Desmond Desmond Tutu Tutu south south Africa's Africa's Nobel Nobel Peace Peace Prize Prize winning winning activist activist for for racial racial justice justice and and LGBT LGBT rights rights has has died died he he was was ninety ninety the the archbishop archbishop Desmond Desmond Tutu Tutu trust trust says says he he died died peacefully peacefully Sunday Sunday in in Cape Cape Town Town should should you you grew grew up up in in apartheid apartheid South South Africa Africa and and used used his his pulpit pulpit to to galvanize galvanize public public opinion opinion against against racial racial inequality inequality both both at at home home and and globally globally when when the the country's country's apartheid apartheid government government ended ended in in Nelson Nelson Mandela Mandela took took office office in in may may of of nineteen nineteen ninety ninety four four to to two two celebrated celebrated before before our our very very eyes eyes we we see see a a miracle miracle unfolding unfolding in in our our dreams dreams becoming becoming reality reality as as the the sun sun shines shines or or you'll you'll go go on on for for us us all all black black and and white white to to get get them them south south Africa's Africa's president president says says to to choose choose death death is is another another chapter chapter of of bereavement bereavement in in our our nation's nation's farewell farewell to to a a generation generation of of outstanding outstanding south south Africans Africans who who have have bequeathed bequeathed us us a a liberated liberated South South Africa Africa I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker

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