When Robert V. Taylor was growing up in South Africa, religion saved him from a life of loneliness and pain. But as he got older, religion began to conflict with his homosexuality and his political beliefs--namely, that blacks should have equal rights as whites and that apartheid should be banished. Would he have to choose between God, his sexuality and racial equality?
Today, Robert V. Taylor is chair of The Desmond Tutu Peace Foundation, an activist and a public speaker. He is also the author of the new book, A New Way to be Human. Check it out!
Producer: Stephanie Foo