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Hadasa Esther respects her uncle, Rwamucyo Denys, and wants to know his life history. Rwamucyo Denys tells her about the identity cards that they were forced to carry before the war and how his family fled to Burundi to escape violence. Hadasa Esther asks her uncle many questions about the nature of ethnic discrimination and he reminds her that “All of us are Rwandese” and should be united. Despite the many hardships Rwamucyo Denys has been through, he wants his niece to stay positive and always concentrate on doing what is right.

“What I can add on is: ‘All Rwandese are from one parent.’ We should not repay evil for evil; we should concentrate on doing what is right. It is also said that when you do something good you will get a reward in your future life.” Rwamucyo Denys

“What can we do in order to fight against anything that may make genocide happen again?” Hadasa Esther

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

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