Posts Tagged ‘Tutsi’

By Sue Horton

The 1994 genocide is never far from anyone’s mind in Rwanda. But for some Rwandans it’s a constant horror. (more…)

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The USC Shoah Foundation Institute is expanding its visual history archive to include video recordings of testimonies about genocides other than the Holocaust, starting with a collection of 50 testimonies by survivors of the 1994 genocide of Tutsis in Rwanda. (more…)

At four years old, Yannick Tona saw people being hacked to death with machetes, women raped in the streets, and was hunted by people trying to kill him. (more…)

By KIRSTEN GORUK Herald-Tribune staff
When Yannick Tona first heard that people in Rwanda had starting killing the Tutsi members of the population, he thought that Tutsis were some kind of animal. (more…)

By Tom Ndahiro

Genocide deniers have the same discourse. (more…)

BY REBECCA GREENE FOR SUBURBAN NEWS

Jacqueline Murekatete knows what a toll harassment, intimidation and bullying can take. (more…)

Since 2004 in the United States and in Canada, Paul Rusesabagina, the man upon whom Don Cheadle’s character in Hotel Rwanda is based, has been celebrated as the Oskar Schindler of the Tutsi genocide. (more…)