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Mukagakwaya Beatrice & Murindahabi Canisius

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Murindahabi Canisius's father died when he was too young to know him well, so he asks his sister Mukagakwaya Beatrice to share stories about their father, grandfather, and the ways in which they affected her life. Mukagakwaya Beatrice talks of her father hiding refugees in their home, the strength he inspired her with to survive as a widow, and even how he managed his farm and his favorite foods.

"Our father taught us to love and help. 'You can have not many things but whatever little you have you can share with others.' This was our father’s saying. I inherited it as well as my children."Mukagakwaya Beatrice

"I need to know more about our father since he is no longer alive, I will be glad to know more about his integrity." Murindahabi Canisius

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SEPTEMBER 2014 - Archival Science 14 (Nos. 3-4, 2014): 275-306. Available here

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