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About Lindi Tardif
Lindi was born in Soweto to anti-apartheid activist forebears. Her dad was murdered and paternal granddad exiled as part of the struggle. Lindi’s maternal granddad fought for the dignity of the oppressed while her female foremothers taught her the importance of making good lifestyle choices. She helps people who have gone through adversity reframe their identity and outlook so as to live more prosperous lives.
Lindi earned four degrees from the University of the Witwatersrand and Boston University, is qualified as an attorney in South Africa, and is a finance professional at Amazon’s headquarters in Seattle.
"Lindi Tardif tells an awesome story of breaking the mental chains of racist apartheid and building a life of freedom and meaning. 'Inspirational' is an overused word, but in this case it's the best way to describe her book."
Recipient of the National Order of Ikhamanga in Silver; author of books about Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe, Nelson Mandela, the Press under apartheid, and Israel and apartheid; and former Deputy Editor, Rand Daily Mail,Johannesburg.
"Lindi's account of the evils of racism is moving and her comments on the way forward are compelling though I would implore us to keep in mind that we were created by God as one human race and that seeing ourselves as separate races keeps us trapped in the deception of racism."
--Evangelist Alveda King
American activist; author of several books including King Truths: 21 Keys To Unlocking Your Spiritual Potential,America Return To God; and Executive Director, Civil Rights for the Unborn with Priests for Life.