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'Best of' Judy Joy Jones Show with Arun Gandhi whose childhood days under South Africa's apartheid for someone of Indian heritage were considerably difficult, humiliating, and often violently abusive. Like many Indians, he was demeaned by Europeans for not being white, and ostracized by Africans for not being black, and subject to racially-motivated violence from extremists in both groups. He lived with his grandfather; Mahatma Gandhi from 1946 until his assassination in 1948. When Gandhi was assassinated in 1948, Arun felt such anger that he wanted to take revenge upon the assassin. Then he remembered his grandfather’s words: "Anger transformed can move Mountains!"
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