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Bookreport on”an Ordinary Man”


Rwandan genocide

Words: 947 (4 pages)

“An Ordinary Man” by Tom Zoellner explores the impact of the Rwandan Genocide on individuals. The book focuses on Paul Rusesabagina, a hospitality worker who displayed remarkable acts of kindness and conducted brave negotiations to save 1,268 Tutsis. Through this narrative, Zoellner introduces a distinct social hierarchy in Rwanda where historically the ruling class belonged…

Human Rights Violations

Human Rights

Rwandan genocide

Words: 1356 (6 pages)

The Holocaust in World War II, the Rwandan genocide and Stalin’s forced famine violated human rights. Human rights are natural rights that let you live an average life in society like everybody else in the world. These tragic events stripped people of their very basic right to life. Genocide is the deliberate and systematic extermination…

Faith and Forgiveness with Immaculée


Rwandan genocide

Words: 1289 (6 pages)

“I needed to be willing. I am willing god, I am willing but how?”, words from Immaculée Ilibagiza during a women’s conference called the Catholic Diocese of Arlington in 2017. She is now a respected and successful woman whom gives forgiveness talks and speeches all around the world. Immaculée lived through one of the world’s…

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