Corey Harbaugh: Somos Hermanos, We Are Brothers!

Watch Corey Harbaugh, a Michigan-based genocide educator, speaking at our annual genocide commemoration event,  in remembrance of over 1 million lives lost during the 1994 Rwandan genocide against the Tutsi.  If you would like to learn about one of the darkest chapter in human history through stories, poetry, and getting insight as to who we are … Continue reading Corey Harbaugh: Somos Hermanos, We Are Brothers!

Ubwiyunge mu Mboni y’Uwarokotse Jenoside

Guest post by Jean de Dieu Musabyimana: Mugihe abacitse kw’icumu tukirwana n’ibikomere ryadusigiye, ubwiyunge n'intero iterwa buri gihe ngo tuyikirize. Harya ubundi uwacitse ku icumu yiyunga nande? Ahatari ubutabera n’imbabazi,  nta bwiyunge buhaba! Ibi byombi se byagezweho? Dore uko mbibona...

They Remember. Do you?

Ten years ago, the book “The Men Who Killed Me” was published.  It gave 17 of the survivors a stage upon which they could share their photos, harrowing experiences, and narrative with the world, to bear witness to the crimes committed against hundreds of thousands of others. Four out of the 17 have sadly deceased already due to...

The Plight of my People

Guest post by Mireille Ishimwe: The song Mbahoze nte by Uwera Florida was playing in my earphones today, since I learned about the tragic passing of Fabienne Isimbi, a genocide survivor of almost my age. Ishimwe reflects on the tragic passing of her fellow young survivor, the cause of her death, and what it means to other survivors...