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Parveen Binglawan United Kingdom

Let us all promote peace and empathy for all human beings. Thank you for this exhibition and sharing this hurtful history to serve as a message to the world.

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Milena Sovric Germany

Moving, touching, leaving your heart and soul troubled……. but wish and deep with and hope, Rwanda will overcome this trauma. I wish you succeed in becoming Rwandan, no hutu/Tutsi thinking…… But my wish for the future of this country and the whole world would be: Let’s overcome being Rwandans or Kenyans, being Germany or Russian, … Continued

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Piper Futherlard Usa

Thank you! this exhibit is incredibly impact fully. I have learned so much.

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Piper Sutherland USA

Thank you! This exhibit is incredibly impact have learned so much.

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Rmys Pritchard UK

Your capacity for forgiveness and shored pride in your country and the shored to move forward is a huge inspiration and a model for the rest of the world.

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Felix Awino Kenya

There is really no peace to peace. To live peaceably with all men should be our single endeavor and peace.

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Nasra Nassar

Vita ni mbaya sana isirudi kufanyika tena Mungu awarehem Ndugu zetu wote waliotanguria. Songa mbele .

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Justin Park Canada

Thank you for the opportunity to honor the victims of the Genocide. I commit to living a life that opposes hate, intolerance and oppression and one that promotes love, equity and justice.

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Tumaine E Kana Belgium

” Harabaye…. Ntihakabahe” Imana ikingire u Rwanda.

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