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Trauma and PTSD symptoms in Rwanda: implications for attitudes toward justice and reconciliation.
CONTEXT The 1994 genocide in Rwanda led to the loss of at least 10% of the country's 7.7 million inhabitants, the destruction of much of the country's infrastructure, and the displacement of nearly 4Expand
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Teaching History after Identity‐Based Conflicts: The Rwanda Experience
[Hutu extremist] organizers of the [Rwandan] genocide, who had themselves grown up with . . . distortions of history, skillfully exploited misconceptions about who the Tutsi were, where they had comeExpand
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Church politics and the genocide in Rwanda
Christian churches were deeply implicated in the 1994 genocide of ethnic Tutsi in Rwanda. Churches were a major site for massacres, and many Christians participated in the slaughter, including churchExpand
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Christianity and Genocide in Rwanda
  • T. Longman
  • Political Science, History
  • 7 September 2009
Introduction: 1. 'People came to mass each day to pray, then they went out to kill': Christian churches, civil society, and genocide Part I. 'River of Blood': 2. 'Render unto Caesar and Musinga ...':Expand
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An Assessment of Rwanda's Gacaca Courts
After taking power in 1994, the Rwandan Patriotic Front put a government in place. Among its many initiatives, none has gained as much attention as the innovative judicial initiative known as gacaca.Expand
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Genocide and Socio-Political Change: Massacres in two Rwandan Villages
From the comfort of American living rooms, the violence that ravaged Rwanda for four months in mid-1994 seemed almost incomprehensible. The daily newspaper reports and nightly television coverageExpand
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Placing genocide in context: research priorities for the Rwandan genocide
Prior to 1994, the country of Rwanda was little known outside the limited circle of African studies scholars. A reference in conversation to Rwanda, a small, landlocked country with few naturalExpand
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Empowering the weak and protecting the powerful : The contradictory nature of churches in Central Africa
Depuis le coup d'etat du 21 octobre 1993, le Burundi est consume par un genocide a petit feu, pendant que les dirigeants s'engagent dans une serie de dialogues de sourds. Entre temps, les causes deExpand
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