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The government, charging Lutuli with a conflict of interest, demanded that he withdraw his membership in ANC or forfeit his office as tribal chief.
One final time the ban was lifted, this time for ten days in early December of 1961 to permit Lutuli and his wife to attend the Nobel Peace Prize ceremonies in Oslo.
A fourth ban to run for five years confining Lutuli to the immediate vicinity of his home was issued in May, 1964, to run concurrently with the third ban.
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 NAPF Programs: Youth Outreach: Peace Heroes: Ablert John Lutulit, by Lauren Bianca Soloman
Lutuli was restricted from speaking at this meeting because the whites knew that this would jeopardize the power and control that they held over the fls.
Lutuli ignored these limitations and continued to participate in many mass meetings, but was again placed under a travel ban for an additional five years.
Lutuli always strove with tremendous zeal and patience to work for the progress and welfare of his people and for harmonious relationships with other sections of the multicultural society in the union of South Africa.
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 Albert Lutuli Article, AlbertLutuli Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
In 1936 the government disenfranchised the only Africans who had had voting rights -those in Cape Province ; in 1948 the Nationalist Party, in control of thegovernment, adopted the policy of apartheid, or "total apartness"; in the 1950sthe laws known as the Pass Laws were tightened.
The government, charging Lutuli with a conflict of interest, demanded that he withdraw his membership in ANC or forfeit hisoffice as tribal chief.
One final time the ban was lifted, this time for ten days in early Decemberof 1961 to permit Lutuli and his wife to attend the Nobel Peace Prize ceremonies in Oslo.
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 Albert Lutuli - Biography
Lutuli's father was a younger son, John Bunyan Lutuli, who became a Christian missionary and spent most of the last years of his life in the missions among the Matabele of Rhodesia.
Lutuli's return to active leadership in 1958 was cut short by the imposition of a third ban, this time a five-year ban prohibiting him from publishing anything and confining him to a fifteen-mile radius of his home.
Lutuli was found guilty, fined, given a jail sentence that was suspended because of the precarious state of his health, and returned to the isolation of Groutville.
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 "THE CHIEF" - ALBERT JOHN MVUMBI LUTULI 1898 - 21 JULY 1967, By Dr. Donal Brody - July 1999   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Albert’s father, John Bunyan Lutuli, was an adventurer who, in 1892, journeyed northward to Matabeleland to fight in the war of 1893.
Albert’s first formal educational experience began in 1911 at Ohlange Institute at the hands of the great Dr. John Dube who soon was to become the founding President General of Chief Martin Lutuli’s South African Native National Congress.
Lutuli carried on in his various capacities as a leader of the Teachers Association, Zulu Cultural Society and teacher/administrator when, in 1936, fate confronted him with another major decision.
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 Albert Lutuli -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Albert John Lutuli (also known by his (A member of the tall Negroid people of southeast Africa living in northern Natal) Zulu name "Mvumbi", his surname is sometimes and probably more phonetically spelt "Luthuli") (1898?
He was awarded the 1960 (additional info and facts about Nobel Peace Prize) Nobel Peace Prize for his role in the ANC and its fight against (A social policy or racial segregation involving political and economic and legal discrimination against non-whites; the former official policy in South Africa) apartheid.
For two years he hesitated, but accepted the call in early 1936 and became chieftain, until removed from this office by the government in 1952.
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 The Lutuli Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Chief Lutuli was a profound thinker, a man of powerful logic with a keen sense of justice; a man of lofty principles, a bold and courageous fighter and a statesman.
Chief Lutuli was a determined and courageous fighter, shaped and steeled in the various political and economic struggles that took place throughout the country.
Chief Lutuli was fundamentally a militant, disciplined and an uncompromising fighter who had joined and led an organisation of men who, like himself, honoured and respected the decision and resolutions of their conferences.
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 Peace Project: Biographies of Peace Prize Winners   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Albert John Lutuli was born in 1898 in Rhodesia.
In 1933 Albert became president of the African Association.
Albert was a leader of the African National Congress (ANC).
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 Albert John Luthuli --  Encyclopædia Britannica
For his efforts in waging a nonviolent campaign against racial discrimination in South Africa, Albert Luthuli became in 1960 the first African to be awarded the Nobel peace prize.
U.S. politician Carl Albert served as speaker of the United States House of Representatives from 1971 to 1977.
Carl Bert Albert was born on May 10, 1908, in McAlester, Okla. He graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 1931 and, after receiving two law degrees, was admitted to the bar in 1935.
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 www.sagoodnews.co.za | search | political leadership Why is Chief Lutuli’s head on a coin?
During his time, Chief Lutuli was the President-General of the African National Congress, he was the undisputed leader of, and respected spokesman for, South Africa’s 14 million oppressed and he was the recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1960.
Lutuli was a profound thinker, a man of powerful logic with a keen sense of justice; a man of lofty principles, a bold and courageous fighter and a statesman.
At the time, the then Prime Minister John Vorster voiced his displeasure with allowing Lutuli to attend the awards ceremony, “notwithstanding the fact that the government fully realises that the award was not made on merit”.
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 "THE CHIEF" - ALBERT JOHN MVUMBI LUTULI 1898 - 21 JULY 1967, Part 3, By Dr. Donal Brody - September 1999   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
But this was an era when stalwart individuals such as Albert Lutuli, Kenneth Kaunda, Kamuzu Banda, Jomo Kenyatta, Kwame Nkrumah, Nnamdi Azikiwe and others had a vision of the future for their people that overcame any and all personal hardship and deprivation.
As the pass burned and crumbled to ash, Lutuli spoke of its’ injustice and urged all Africans throughout the country to do the same in repudiation of the hated "Pass Law".
On 28 March, Lutuli called for a comprehensive African stay-at-home demonstration to commemorate the Sharpeville disaster and to honor those killed and wounded throughout the country on the 21st.
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 iafrica.com | news | sa news SA's Nobel Peace Prize record
The first South African winner — and also the first African to receive the prize — was Albert Lutuli, a Natal educationist who was elected president-general of the African National Congress in 1952.
Though he was repeatedly banned, and harassed in other ways, the ban was lifted for 10 days in early December 1961 to permit Lutuli and his wife to accept the prize in Oslo.
Lutuli died in 1967 at the age of 69, fatally injured when he was struck by a freight train as he walked on a bridge over the Umvoti River near his home.
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His father died, and he and his mother returned to their ancestral home of Groutville, Natal, South Africa, wher he stayed with his uncle Martin Luthuli, who was at that time the elected chief of the Christian Zulus inhabiting the Umvoti mission Reserve.
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 Biographies of Famous South Africans - Albert Luthuli
Albert John Lutuli was the leader of ten million fl Africans in their non-violent campaign for civil rights in South Africa.
Stockily built with old-world manners, Lutuli was awarded the 1960 Nobel Peace Prize, which John Vorster grudgingly allowed him to travel to Norway to receive, "notwithstanding the fact that the government fully realises that the award was not made on merit".
Frail and with failing hearing, Lutuli was killed by a train he did not hear coming in his home village, Groutville, on July 21 1967 at the age of 69.
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 Albert John Lutuli & Albert John Lutuli Biography Links
Chief Lutuli was born in 1898, away from Groutville but returned as a child to his ancestral home.
Lutuli then lived for a period in the household of his uncle, Martin Lutuli, who was at that time the elected Chief of the Christian Zulus inhabiting Umvoti Mission Reserve around Groutville.
There is a wrong and unfortunate impression that Chief Lutuli was a pacifist, or some kind of an apostle of nonviolence.
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 Albert Lutuli --  Britannica Concise Encyclopedia - Your gateway to all Britannica has to offer!
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Widely considered to be the founder of the Rocky Mountain School of painting, German-born U.S. artist Albert Bierstadt painted grand, panoramic landscapes of the American West.
Albert Einstein's theory of time as the fourth dimension explains how the universe is constantly expanding.
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 The legacy of Albert Luthuli - SouthAfrica.info
President-General of the African National Congress from December 1952 until his death in 1967, and recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1960, Chief Albert John Luthuli was the most widely known and respected African leader of his era.
The opening marked the completion of the government-driven Albert Luthuli Legacy Project, which included the launch of an annual memorial lecture, and the unveiling of a bronze statue of Luthuli at the KwaDukuza Municipal Chambers, and of a memorial at the Groutville Congregational Church where Luthuli's grave is located.
The house that is now the Chief Albert Luthuli Museum was under constant police surveillance when Luthuli lived there.
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 IFP Speeches - 22 November 2002
The official opening of the Inkosi Albert Lutuli Central Hospital marks the shift away from several old paradigms into the new paradigms of the future.
I feel compelled on an occasion like this to say a few words to pay tribute to Inkosi Albert Lutuli, which may provide a better understanding of the relevance I ascribe to the fact that this hospital was named after him.
Inkosi Lutuli was my foremost mentor and I abided by his philosophy and teachings throughout my life, and throughout my life I have benefitted from them because time and again they were proven right.
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 Albert Lee - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Albert Lee   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Albert Lee - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Albert Lee.
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Albert Lee is a British country guitarist, reputedly one of the fastest guitarists in the world.
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 Additional Reading (from Albert John Luthuli) --  Encyclopædia Britannica
Albert Luthuli, Let My People Go (1962, reissued 1982), is a comprehensive autobiography.
Mary Benson, Chief Albert Lutuli of South Africa (1963), is a short biography, and her South Africa: The Struggle for a Birthright (1966, reprinted 1985), examines Luthuli's role in the history of the African National Congress.
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 Speeches Archive 1950s   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Albert Lutuli's opening address to the Twenty-second Biennial Conference of the South African Indian Congress, Gandhi Hall, Johannesburg, 19 October 1956
Presidential Address by Albert Lutuli to the 45th Annual Conference of the African National Congress, Orlando, Johannesburg, 16 December 1957
Speech by Chief Albert Lutuli at a public meeting organized by the South African Congress of Democrats in Johannesburg in 1958 to hear the President General of the African National Congress
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Lutuli was a man with a vision - a vision that encompassed people of all races and beliefs in southern Africa.
A short biography introduces the reader to the life and times of Lutuli.
A particular highlight of this section is a transcript of Lutuli's questioning at the Rivonia Trial.
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 African National Congress   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
International opposition to the regime increased throughout the 1950s and 1960s, fueled by the growing number of newly independent nations and the civil rights movement in the United States.
In 1960, the leader of the ANC, Albert Luthuli, won the Nobel Peace Prize, a feat that would be repeated in 1993 by Nelson Mandela.
Its commander, Mandela, was however arrested for terrorism in 1962 and sentenced to life imprisonment in 1964 on Robben Island along with Sisulu and other ANC leaders after the Rivonia Trial.
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 Massabalala Yengwa
In 1945 he joined the ANC, and when the Youth League was established in Natal in 1948, he became its provincial secretary.
With Jordan Ngubane and others in the Natal League, he help to undermined the position of the conservative A.W. Champion and to promote the political career of Albert Lutuli, first as Champion's successor in the presidency of Natal ANC, and then, in 1952, as president-general of the ANC.
An able administrator, Yengwa served as a provincial secretary of the Natal ANC under Lutuli's leadership from 1952 until 1960; during this time he was also a member of the ANC national executive committee.
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 Ripple of Hope in the Land of Apartheid: Robert F. Kennedy in South Africa, June, 1966
Chief Albert Luthuli and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
So there exists another alternative - and the only solution which represents sanity - transition to a society based upon equality for all without regard to colour.
Translate public opinion into public action by explaining facts to all peoples, to groups to which you belong, and to countries of which you are citizens until AN EFFECTIVE
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 Midwest Black History Month Conference - Call for Papers- Diversity Center - Luther College   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Albert John Lutuli is best known for his involvement in the anti-apartheid movement in South Africa.
He helped lead “ten million fl Africans in their nonviolent campaign for civil rights in South Africa.” Lutuli also served as the president-general of the African National Congress for South Africa.
Martin Luther King Jr., from Atlanta Georgia, was the youngest person to receive the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964.
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