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Over four decades, Dominique Lapierre’s travels have inspired his bestselling books about cities, nations, and cultural moments. In his latest book, he explores South Africa and the human stories of people who created and ultimately brought down that country’s system of racial segregation. He joins Kojo to talk about his work and his own humanitarian undertakings.
- Dominique Lapierre Author, "A Rainbow in the Night: The Tumultuous Birth of South Africa" (Da Capo Press) and "City of Joy"
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