Eric Kamuzinzi, (37-year old now), is a genocide survivor who RECENTLY discovered a surprising photograph of himself when he was only 13 years old amidst the 1994 Rwanda Genocide against the Tutsi. He tells a heartbreaking story of his survival and tremendous resilience.
While I strongly disagree with de-criminalizing Holocaust and genocide denial, I think this piece that appeared in Washington Post today is worth reading. Unlike the author, I think Zuckerberg was absolutely wrong when he said he wouldn’t remove Holocaust deniers from his platform, claiming some aren’t “intentionally getting it wrong.” […]
Last week, my co-worker asked me for a recommendation of top 5 books on Genocide of Tutsis in Rwanda. This a tough question to answer since there are a lot of great options out there. From my personal experience tough, here is my top 5 recommendation. The order […]
Authorities in Myanmar made preparations for attacks against the Rohingya with “genocidal intent” in the weeks before last year’s purge, a rights watchdog has claimed. A report by Fortify Rights, a Bangkok-based organisation, alleges that officials carefully planned a systematic assault on the Rohingya community. Rohingya militants provided an opportunity for […]
Philibert Muzima, a survivor and author of ”# Imbibé de leur sang, gravé de leurs noms ” brings us another thought provoking article: Épître d_Élie ou les jérémiades d_un génocidaire impénitent. In this piece, Muzima discusses a story of a genocide-convicted inmate from his home town who recently wrote to Pope […]
Mu minsi ijana ishize yo kwibuka numvise ubuhamya bwinshi bw’akaga katagira izina abarokotse jenoside banyuzemo mw’irimburabatutsi rya 94. Reka mbasangize ubwankoze ku mutima cyane kurusha ubundi. Mu mvugo idaca kuruhande nka bimwe byateye ubu, uyu mutangabuhamya arasobanura neza bumwe mu bugome bukabije abahutu bakoze muri jenoside yakorewe […]
Germany’s public international broadcaster (DW) published an inspiring story yesterday of Esther Mujawayo, a genocide survivor who rose above her own trauma and now giving back to her community in Germany. Read her full story of courage and resilience below: