When we speak of ‘racism’, many prominent leaders come to our mind. One such personality is Archbishop Desmond Tutu. He came under the limelight during the 1980s apartheid movement in South Africa. He was a great opponent of the Apartheid, and remained active in the defense of human rights and fought for the rights of the oppressed. He was honored with the Nobel Peace Prize, the Gandhi Peace Prize, the Sydney Peace Prize and the Presidential Medal of Freedom. In his over four decades of public life, Desmond Tutu was quite vocal on several issues close to his heart. He has expressed his thoughts through his speeches, quotes, writings, columns and books. Some important issues that he shared his thoughts on include homosexuality and the Church, fashion, reconciliation, justice, apartheid, and sanctions. Here is a selection of some of his Desmond Tutu's quotes on a range of topics.