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Rebuilding Rwanda: Young genocide survivors speak at Stetson about struggle and perseverance

Story by Valeria Obi
On Sept. 22, two surviving victims of the Rwandan Genocide, 26-year-old Noella Abijuru and 20-year-old Allen Kazarwa, spoke to students at Stetson about the massacres that took place in their country in 1994 when they were both still children.
The genocide killed approximately  800,000 people in just 100 days. While the two women remarked on their own experiences with the tragedy,… » Read more

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