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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

July 2019
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Speeches

“We cannot be blind to oppression; we cannot be blind to innocent women and children being abused and killed; we cannot be blind to human rights violations.”

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“[T]he name and legacy of Nelson Mandela shine out in full color, probably the most, brightest in our times: his message of peaceful empowerment; his message of human rights; his fight for the oppressed, the rights of minorities; his humility; and his amazing ability to forgive.”

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“It is a known fact that Nelson Mandela was a promoter of peace, and he was a champion of forgiveness. Nelson Mandela was a leader who actually encouraged and promoted cooperation within countries and families in a peaceful manner.”

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“The luminary legacy of Nelson Mandela is immeasurable. It is immeasurable because President Mandela was and remains a towering leader par excellence.”

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“Nelson Mandela was a leader and a politician like us who fought for peace. We learn from him the spirit of sacrifice for the good of the people we serve.”

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“We have to move beyond tolerance to acceptance. We have to understand that God is bigger than just one religion. God is the author and the creator of all of us, and God is the author of peace.”

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“We can change the map if we believe that God dwells in us, that we are the vessels of God, that we are the ones we have been waiting for.”

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“We should not merely honor Nelson Mandela, but we should live his legacy.”

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“I stand here, I call on all of you, and I shout: The situation in Cameroon is that of an SOS. It would not make any sense for us to gather here and go back without action.”

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“We have enormous challenges in this country. We know there are enormous challenges everywhere, and that religious, spiritual leadership is what needs to be restored in order for the cohesive family values, the cohesive community values that can truly make a difference to start being restored.”

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“Today, I thank you, the leadership of UPF, for bringing peace into Cape Town, South Africa. And let us also be a part of this platform, let us also be a part of you, as the human race, to restore peace and dignity to my people, who are very much alive.”

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“If we are going to be relevant today, we need to be working hard at the theology of unity in diversity. We have to work hard at understanding that we are first human beings before we have any affiliation to a religion.”

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