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Remembering Desmond Tutu's life and legacy

Remembering Desmond Tutu's life and legacy

Former Archbishop Desmond Tutu, South Africa’s Nobel Peace Prize-winning icon, died Sunday at 90. Tutu’s passionate voice helped finish South Africa’s brutal apartheid regime that oppressed its Black majority for many years. World leaders, South Africans and other people across the globe mourned his loss of life and praised the life he lived and the legacy he leaves behind, together with his more moderen work as an activist for racial justice and LGBTQ rights. NewsHour Particular Correspondent Charlayne Hunter-Gault joins.

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