These people, especially Jimmy Carter, desmond tutu, and Mary Robinson, have been particularly harsh on Israel.
Swift joins an august crowd: past recipients include Archbishop desmond tutu, President Bill Clinton, Bono and Al Gore.
We were, our own beloved Archbishop desmond tutu told us, “the rainbow children of God.”
South African Archbishop desmond tutu and members of the Danish parliament have advocated for clemency.
Nobel laureate desmond tutu called the vote-swapping idea “a radical call for all human beings to have their say.”
As desmond tutu put it in an interview from the film, “The hand that rocks the cradle rules the world.”
Mason put the profits into a charity he set up with desmond tutu as patron.
Archbishop desmond tutu was looking at the biblical length of South Africans waiting in line to vote that Wednesday morning.
To give the award to Albert Schweitzer, or Nelson Mandela or desmond tutu or Lech Walesa or Andrei Sakharov is one thing.
Now is the time to keep the faith with Martin Luther King, desmond tutu, and all those who believe in a free South Africa.
ballet skirt, 1910, from French tutu, alteration of cucu, infantile reduplication of cul "bottom, backside."