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Today, it is still a necessity to highlight the importance of reading and learning about the Genocide against the Tutsi that occurred in 1994.

Following is a list a few books I recommend, some of which were written by survivors who have been courageous enough to share their testimonies, and others by foreign observers, researchers, and journalists.

“Left To Tell” by Immaculée Ilibagiza

More than just a testimony by a survivor, Left to Tell is a bigger story; one about the courage to forgive. While writing, Immaculée stays true to her voice. She is horrified but prayerful; one can almost hear her.

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