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Bob Massie on His Memoir

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Bob Massie, an environmental leader, author, Episcopal priest, and former anti-apartheid activist, discusses his memoir A Song in the Night. He recounts his struggles with classical hemophilia, of losing and then regaining the ability to walk, contracting HIV and hepatitis through transfusions for hemophilia, speaking out against South African apartheid, and creating  the world's leading standard for corporate sustainability.

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Bob Massie

Comments [2]

azzbird

that is what he said fuva, maybe he is not from harlemworld?

Jul. 17 2012 03:17 PM
fuva from harlemworld

Wait...this American was "shocked" at and "had never heard of" people being denied civil and human rights beased on the color of their skin? This was really a new concept to him?

Jul. 17 2012 12:59 PM

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