Albert Luthuli, a Methodist and Zulu chief, at home in 1957, three years before he won the Nobel Peace Prize for his work as president of the African National Congress. Mvumbi Luthuli was the first African to receive the Nobel Peace Prize, for his work to dismantle apartheid. He said, “My own urge *because* I am a Christian is to get into the thick of the struggle with other Christians, taking my Christianity with me and praying that it may be used to influence for good the character of the resistance.” (Ranjith Kally)

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