Monday, February 13, 2006

Genocide Survivors


Two young survivors of the Rwandan Genocide

6 Comments:

At 2:52 PM, Anonymous Martin said...

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At 11:28 AM, Blogger Useless Man said...

Thank you for putting faces to the reality that seems so far away...

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At 12:04 PM, Blogger Chandira said...

Wow.

Very moving.

I realise how isolated and kept in the dark we are in America about the news in the rest of the world, and what is really going on. I mean, of course, we heard about Darfur, but the news here is so narrow and lacking in detail of real people's lives.

I grew up in England where people see and hear a lot more. Once in a while I get a good reminder of that.

Thank you.

 
At 4:13 PM, Blogger Static Brain said...

I am so sad when I hear and see what went on in Rwanda. I just watched a movie about the genocide and it is horrifying. It was called Hotel Rwanda. I had not heard what was happening in Rwanda before then. I think you should keep writing about the genocide that happened so people won't ever forget. May God bless you and keep you safe.

 
At 3:10 PM, Blogger Terry T. Williams said...

Thank you for the power of this website. I was in Rwanda in September as part of the Barefoot
Artists Initiative led by the Chinese American Artist Lily Yeh.
We worked with the community at
Rugerero just outside Gisenyi.

I am wondering if anyone reading this website has heard of or knows anything about a genocidaire named
Kawawa.

Thank you, my e-mail address is
ttwillet@aol.com

With much gratitude for the power of these stories by those who have not only survived by are sharing with all of us what it means to be human.

Terry T. Williams

 
At 6:12 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

How do you know that all those scelletons belong to Tutsis? Do you think Tutsis who have lost members of their families in genocide and who are currently on power will leave the scellettons of their beloved one exhibited to tourist, visitors ? Think about it ? then think whose scellettons belong to

 

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