Nobel Peace Laureates: Adolfo Esquivel on Archbishop Desmond Tutu
Nobel Laureate Adolfo Esquivel talks about Archbishop Desmond Tutu's great spirituality and even greater opposition to Apartheid in South Africa. Esquivel believes that human suffering equates the struggle for life, dignity and the rights of all people.
The Fetzer Institute spent time with Nobel Laureate Adolfo Esquivel in the summer of 2008 at the Peace Jam conference in Los Angeles. Esquivel was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1980 for his work on human rights issues in Argentina.