Cry Poem (video)

How many days does it take to cry one tear for each victim of the Tutsi genocide?

Five hundred and fifty-five.

Carole St. Laurent

Peace the Only Option

Modise Phekouyane, a former inmate of Robben Island for anti-apartheid activities in South Africa, shares how forgiveness replaced his hatred for his former oppressors.

Modise Phekouyane

Rwanda Ready to Share Peace

Reverend Désiré Rutaganda, Coordinator of the Centre for Documentation and Training in Kigali, Rwanda, shares his experience working for peace in Rwanda.

Désiré Rutaganda

Forgiveness is the Most Powerful Tool for Change

I survived the Tutsi genocide in 1994, but tragically, I lost my parents, brothers and sister.

Jean Paul Samputu

Canada's Governor General Apologizes to Rwanda

Sarah Boesveld
Globe and Mail
April 22, 2010

Governor-General Michaëlle Jean has acknowledged Canada’s failure to respond to the Rwandan genocide as part of the international community.

Globe and Mail