Nantombi Tutu

Nontombi Tutu Speaks

Nontombi Tutu is an activist, educator, Episcopal priest and inspiring speaker, blending passion with humor, joy and personal stories. Ms. Tutu, daughter of Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Nomaliza Leah Tutu is known to bring attention to how we can heal as individuals and as a society.

She will be speaking from 3-5pm, Saturday September 23rd, at the First Unitarian Society of Milwaukee on the topic of sustaining good community in the spirit of religious and political energy.

The location of the church is at 1342 N. Astor Street. The event is free and there will be refreshments. The First Unitarian Society would love to have you come!

The event is finished.


Sep 23 2023


3:00 PM

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