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Mukangiruwonsanga Agnes & Ntamitondero Muneza Yves

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Mukangiruwnsanga Agnes talks to Ntamitondero Muneza Yves about the history of his own name because he has been ashamed of it, and how their personal history and Rwandan history have shaped the naming of youths. She also shares her personal story growing up as one of ten children, and counsels Ntamitondero Muneza Yves on how to be a useful and meaningful member of society for a better future, with tips from learning to keep secrets, to developing a culture of peace.

"This one has the great chance to have both parents...he has to have a heart that love, that cares, because there are some who don't have anyone to advice them...a friend who [doesn't] have both parents, those children need to be loved, you may invite him to share with you when you are visited by your parents." Mukangiruwnsanga Agnes

"I would just like to know how to reach your integrity so I may be useful in society." Ntamitondero Muneza Yves

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ARTICLE PUBLISHED

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

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