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Published on Jun 9, 2010
This brief film is a tribute to anti-apartheid hero Ahmed "Kathy" Kathrada, who spent 26 years in prison alongside Nelson Mandela and Walter Sisulu for his efforts to being democracy to his country.
He emerged from jail without bitterness or a desire for retribution and has worked ever since to help build a new nation and further the message of non-racialism throughout the world.
The film was created for Artists for a New South Africa's 20th Anniversary event, Jabulani, where Kathy Kathrada was honored for his extraordinary activism.
Featuring Nelson Mandela, Barak Obama, Walter Sisulu, and Ishmael Meer, the film is narrated by Morgan Freeman, directed and edited by Jennifer Hatton, written by Sharon Gelman and Roderick Spencer, produced by Sharon Gelman, Dan Genetti, Jussie Smollett, Roderick Spencer, and Craig Zisk and includes footage generously provided by Anant Singh / Video Vision and Barbara Rick / Out of the Blue Films