Rwandan genocide survivors document country’s resilience
Clip: 04/05/2019 | 7m 50s | Video has closed captioning.
April marks the 25th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide, in which upwards of 800,000 people were killed in 100 days, leaving 95,000 children orphaned. The massacre wiped out 75 percent of the Tutsi ethnic group. Now three young men affected by the violence have turned to photography to document their country’s resilience. Special correspondent Beth Murphy of the Groundtruth Project reports.
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