Jennifer Davis, Bill Sutherland, and Zola Zembe discuss the South Africa and their experiences with apartheid. Jennifer Davis grew up in the white middle class society of Johannesburg, whereas Zola Zembe, a native black man who lives in Capetown. They, along with Bill Sutherland, an American who works as a Representative for the American Friends Service Committee, talk about the changes that need to made and how American people and companies can help. An earlier interview of Carl Douglas Fuchs is also played.
Albert John Luthuli, President of the African National Congress, Nobel Peace Prize winner, and Zulu Chief, discusses politics of South Africa. The interview includes discussions about his early life and education, and his teaching career, becoming chief of the Zulus, and working as the President of the African National Congress. He also explains his thoughts on peaceful methods of fighting against discrimination and apartheid in South Africa.