For the Youth, Kwibuka Is Also a Time to Reflect on Our Responsibility
“I’d really like to know what my friends are going through. How is it for you during this commemoration period?”
That is a question that awoke my intellect and got me thinking deeper on the relevance of commemoration in my own experience. It also made me take the conversation a little bit further and ask my friends and peers if they ever took time to think about it, and what was the meaning of commemoration on their side.
Answering the question wasn’t hard. In fact, my answer was straight as if I had noted it somewhere before.
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