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Stewart Ting Chong was on the communications team of Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, the late Archbishop Desmond Tutu, in the Anti-Apartheid Movement, Jimmy and Stewart first connected back in 2007, when Stewart called Jimmy, and asked him to emcee and perform at an AIDS benefit where he would share the stage with the Archbishop, and they have since become good friends.
Stewart uses his interest in wildlife photography to promote an understanding of our impact on and our responsibility for maintaining the delicate balance of nature and the environment. As a member of the North American Nature Photography Association (NANPA), Stewart adheres to their “Principles of Ethical Field Practices” and advocates for responsible wildlife photography.
The public is invited to watch the livestream recording here. A Service Of Remembrance for the Most Rev. Desmond Tutu – YouTube
Topics discussed in this episode include:
- Jimmy Tingle reflects on his personal experience and sense of humor of Archbishop Desmond Tutu (00:45)
- How Stewart began working for the Archbishop in 1987 (07:20)
- The importance of media in getting the truth out (9:12)
- Stewarts experiences during the Apartheid Era in South Africa (09:47)
- The habits that helped to make the Archbishop such a powerful motivator (16:00)
- A glimpse into Stewart’s lack of rights in South Africa during apartheid (23:06)
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