Award-winning correspondent for ABC World News and "Nightline" Jim Wooten is a seasoned newsman who has covered tragedy the world over. Now he tells the story of Nkosi Johnson, an eleven year old South African boy born with AIDS into poverty in a shantytown and given only a few years to live. But his ailing mother managed to cross her country's divisions of race and class to bring him to Gail Johnson, who would raise him for her. Before his own death at the age of twelve, Nkosi had become, in Nelson Mandela's words, "an icon of the struggle for life" for millions in Africa and around the world. And he had changed Wooten's life in ways Wooten is still discovering. "We Are All the Same" is a work of Biblical simplicity and power that reveals the astonishing resilience of the human spirit.