Is Genocide in Africa Sponsored by America???

When this DVD came across my desk I thought it was just something worth watching on a Sunday afternoon when one has nothing else to do. However “Apocalypse Africa: Made in America” quickly evolves into something worthwhile and informative because it is not just another half baked idea or way to make money. The interviews were very […]

History: Timeline to the Rwandan Genocide

Early History 1918 Under the Treaty of Versailles the former German colony of Rwanda-Urundi is made a League of Nations protectorate to be governed by Belgium. The two territories (later to become Rwanda and Burundi) are administered separately under two different Tutsi monarchs. Both Germany and Belgium turned the traditional Hutu-Tutsi relationship into a class […]

African Refugees Who Have Made a Difference- Part 2

We continue our tribute on Refugees making a difference with our focus on political refugee Walter Lam (Uganda), genocide survivor Yolande Mukagasana (Rwanda) and Human Rights Lawyer Makau Mutua (Kenya). WALTER LAM When Walter Lam arrived in San Diego in 1986 as a political refugee from Uganda, he had no idea that within 13 years, he […]

Immaculee Ilibagiza: Left to Tell: Discovering God Amidst the Rwandan Genocide

BOOK REVIEW I want to start by sounding like a broken record, “Everyone has to read this book!” I was in Barnes and Noble one Thursday evening and decided to browse the non-fiction section to search for a good read from my favorite African authors. I figured I wouldn’t buy anything because I didn’t have a […]

Gukurahundi In Zimbabwe

GUKURAHUNDI IN ZIMBABWE JOSHUA NKOMO INTERVIEW FIFTH BRIGADE ATROCITIES IN ZIMBABWE I saw 5th Brigade ripping pregnant woman’s stomach: Minister A Report on the 1980s Disturbance in Matabeleland and Midlands Zimbabwe * Breaking the SilenceBuilding True Peace A Report on the Disturbances in Matabeleland and the Midlands 1980-1988SUMMARY REPORTCatholic Commission for Justice and PeaceLegal Resources […]