“It wasn’t right for a Rwandan to slaughter another Rwandan.”
“It’s easy to exterminate them, because they are all one tribe.”
-from RTLM radio broadcast, 1994
“In order for you to be healed, you must acknowledge that you are wounded.”
“We find it very hard to comprehend the evil done to us by our own.”
“If you don’t share your problems, you’ll only be hurting yourself.”
“Arriving at the gathering, I saw survivors there. I felt condemned.”
“I cannot forget. It is impossible.”
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