Alex Yarde discusses the legacy of Nelson Mandela with the author of the groundbreaking graphic novel on the unknown story of the end of Apartheid in South Africa.
A timely story about a nation deeply divided by racism and inequality—and two very different men who sought to put aside their differences for the good of their country. Powerful, political and poignant, it is an essential book for our times!
That is the nature of service. I’m pretty sure we can’t fix this rotten, broken, unjust world. I’m completely certain we can always help one or two strangers if we care to make that choice.
“There’s only one way forward. The rule of law. Applied with compassion, forgiveness, and compromise. Everything else is politics as usual.” And then he might smile that broad and loving smile. “The hard part, as always, is getting close enough to the other side so that they can hear.”
— Today (July 18, 2018) marks what would have been Nelson Mandela’s 100th birthday! One of mankind’s greatest humans, Nelson Mandela was a fearless leader who devoted every day of his life to fighting for justice and freedom. A symbol of peace, hope and enduring love, he is considered by many to be the last great…
The United States International Men’s Day team joins individuals, organizations, and institutions throughout our global village in celebrating the life of The Honorable Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela on his 100th birthday on 18 July 2018.
Can any of us change the world? Will we?
I was changing and developing a greater understanding of the big picture. I was starting to see my role in the growing spiritual world I was living in.
In the name of optimism, let’s see Donald Trump’s media presence as an opportunity to discuss the real meaning of “winning.”
Author Jay Cradeur shares the secret to transforming fear of fear to the powerful impact of embracing fear as your teacher.
South African Dockworkers exerted real influence on the state by refusing to unload cargo. In a testament to the power of the few, their actions helped drive the local and national anti-apartheid movement.
Two years after Nelson Mandela’s death, the challenge remains to use education to change South Africa and the rest of the world.
An Integrative Psychiatrist on how we create racism, how our brains work on racism, and how we can train our brains to break the cycle.
“There can be no keener revelation of a society’s soul than the way in which it treats its children.”-Nelson Mandela
Jose Aviles is working on building the leaders of tomorrow, starting with focusing on others.
Australian father Ryan Heffernan opens up about the breathtaking day his young son expressed racism and how a vision of Nelson Mandela stealing TVs saved the day.