Nelson Mandela's Favorite African Folktales to be Produced as Audiobook Featuring Archbishop Tutu, Gillian Anderson, America Ferrera, Whoopi Goldberg, Samuel L. Jackson, Alan Rickman and Jurnee Smollett, Directed by Alfre Woodard
distributed by Hachette Audio, a division of Hachette Book Group USA, one
of the largest and most respected publishing groups in the world. Proceeds
will benefit the Nelson Mandela Children's Fund (NMCF), a South African
organization founded in 1995 to improve dramatically the way society treats
its children; and ANSA, which works in the U.S. and South Africa to combat
HIV/AIDS, provide comprehensive assistance to children orphaned by
HIV/AIDS, advance human rights, educate and empower at-risk youth and build
bonds between both nations through arts, culture and the shared pursuit of
social justice. Both organizations are working to address the impact of the
AIDS pandemic on children in South Africa, which has more people living
with HIV/AIDS and more children orphaned by the disease than any other
Nelson Mandela's Favorite African Folktales was first published in 2002
in hardcover internationally by NB Publishers and in hardcover and
paperback in the U.S. by W.W. Norton & Company, Inc., which have granted
worldwide English language rights for the audiobook to ANSA and Hachette
Audio. Individuals and companies involved in the effort have donated
services or waived fees to allow a maximum amount of proceeds to benefit
the charities. In addition to waiving all sales and distribution fees,
Hachette Audio will donate 100% of proceeds to ANSA and NMCF, and NB
Publishers has waived fees so additional royalties can benefit NMCF. The
CDs and audiobook packaging will be manufactured by Ivy Hill/Cinram, which
is donating a significant portion of their services. Time Warner
intellectual property attorney Bradley Silver is contributing his legal
services to ANSA, in line with Time Warner Inc.'s pro bono endeavors. The
actors and creative director are fully donating their talents, as are
two-time GRAMMY(R) winner Gavin Lurssen, who will master the audiobook, and
Gregory Robinson, who will handle the mixing and sound effects.
"We're deeply grateful to our
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