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Left to Tell

I’ve read this one before, but I loved it so much I wanted to read it again for the “Reading the World” challenge: Left to Tell… 229 more words

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European Influence in the Rwandan Genocide

In today’s society, it’s a safe assumption that many people don’t consider the implications of imperialism and colonialism on the Rwandan genocide, or even know much about the genocide at all. 1,809 more words


Source: Reset Doc

Rwanda’s Untold Story. A Commentary on the BBC Two Documentary

By Nicoletta Fagiolo

Criticism of current Rwandan President Paul Kagame and his administration is on the rise.

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Abolishing the United Nations Security Council Veto

Kibungo Hill, a 25-year-old shopkeeper and farmer, suffered under the Rwandan genocide stating, “I no longer concerned myself with thinking about when I was going to die, since we were going to die anyway, only with how the cuts would hack at me; only about how long it would take, because I was very frightened of the suffering machetes bestow” (Hill). 3,685 more words


Media Watch: Rwandan Genocide

Web Link: http://www.newtimes.co.rw/section/article/2017-04-19/210909/

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Digital News Research

Accepted "Fact" versus Real Heroes

I fell for it. I will be the first to admit I fell for Hotel Rwanda hook line and sinker. I watched it in high school and ate it up. 1,184 more words


Self Confirming Assumptions

Every year at CU Boulder I saw students and self entitled “explorers” “wander” to Rwanda to see the victims of the horrendous genocide. They played the humble witness sanctimoniously taking pictures with groups of black Rwandan kids. 1,016 more words