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March 26, 2014 10:50 PM

Desmond Tutu’s activist daughter speaks at Winthrop’s Model UN conference

Winthrop University’s 38th annual Model United Nations conference on Wednesday night hosted Naomi Tutu, daughter of Archbishop Desmond Tutu, a social activist best known for his work in helping dismantle the oppressive apartheid government in South Africa and helping his country heal afterward. Naomi Tutu is a race and gender equality activist, known for her work through global development and community reconciliation.

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