325 From Apartheid to Peace Work

Rev. Liz Carmichael is a theologian who practiced as a physician in the townships of South Africa before negotiating peace and returning to Oxford to teach peace.


• Reverend Dr. Elizabeth (Liz) Carmichael




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I wonder how many white people there were on the committees that negotiated the end of apartheid. I guess if Desmond Tutu recommended Dr. Carmichael, that should have been enough to satisfy his critics, especially if she had already shown her fair-mindedness while working as a physician.

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