Luthuli


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Lu·thu·li

or Lu·tu·li  (lo͞o-to͞o′lē, -tyo͞o′-), Albert John 1898-1967.
Zulu leader who advocated nonviolent resistance against apartheid. He won the 1960 Nobel Peace Prize.
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Luthuli

(luːˈtuːlɪ) or

Lutuli

n
(Biography) Chief Albert John. 1899–1967, South African political leader. As president of the African National Congress (1952–60), he campaigned for nonviolent resistance to apartheid: Nobel peace prize 1961
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The Order of Luthuli recognises South African citizens who have contributed to the struggle for democracy, nation-building, building democracy and human rights, justice and peace as well as for the resolution of conflict.
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In April, Zondeni, affectionately known as the "Mother of Azania", was awarded the Order of Luthuli. She was born on July 27, 1927, in Hlobane, KwaZulu-Natal, she and her husband met in the struggle and their story was that of "love at first sight", as Zondeni said some years ago.
Luthuli. And finally, the author reconstructs in great detail how King and his legacy directly and indirectly became consequential in the genesis of the WCC's Programme to Combat Racism (PCR), that without a doubt contributed considerably to the final demise of apartheid in South Africa.