Austin Harris, KF11 Rwanda
In 1994, over the course of 100 days, a mass killing of an estimated 800,000 people in Rwanda took place. These killings were targeted at Tutsis and pro-peace Hutus, reducing the country’s population by over 10%. Many witnessed family members and friends murdered, tortured, and/or raped. Of those who were not killed, around two million Rwandans fled to neighboring countries. Most, even if not directly involved, were affected by the genocide. The wounds are deep and are still healing among the people.
After the genocide Rwandans have...Continue Reading >>