*This day in history note: On June 26, 1952 - Nelson Mandela & 51 others infringe South Africa curfew.  Caption: (1991) "Nothing about hate is simple," says Bill Moyers. "The closer you come to it, the more paradoxical it seems, presenting first one face, then another. But if we are ever to go beyond it, we must know it well." The prominent journalist examines the origins of dimentions of hate and efforts to move beyond it in "Moyers/Beyond Hate," which will be broadcast in a three-part series beginning May 13 on PBS at 9 p.m. ET.  Persons interviewed include Elie Wiesel (left) and South African leader Nelson Mandela (right). Religion News Service file photo by Henry Grossman

*This day in history note: On June 26, 1952 – Nelson Mandela & 51 others infringe South Africa curfew. Caption: (1991) “Nothing about hate is simple,” says Bill Moyers. “The closer you come to it, the more paradoxical it seems, presenting first one face, then another. But if we are ever to go beyond it, we must know it well.” The prominent journalist examines the origins of dimentions of hate and efforts to move beyond it in “Moyers/Beyond Hate,” which will be broadcast in a three-part series beginning May 13 on PBS at 9 p.m. ET. Persons interviewed include Elie Wiesel (left) and South African leader Nelson Mandela (right). Religion News Service file photo by Henry Grossman