- WIDE ANGLE: “Ladies First“
- BBC News Web site
Timeline of Rwanda http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/africa/country_profiles/1070329.stm and Country Profile http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/africa/country_profiles/1070265.stm From these two pages of the BBC Web site, students can learn the basics about Rwanda and explore a timeline of Rwandan history.
- “Ghosts of Rwanda”
“Ghosts of Rwanda” studies Rwanda ten years after the genocide of 1994. This site has interactive timelines, interviews, and videos that can be used to develop an understanding of the horrific experience of the genocide and how it directly and indirectly affected so many people.
- THE CONNECTION
At THE CONNECTION’s Web site, students can listen to radio shows. This page links to interviews with two Rwandan women who lost their families in the genocide and are active in helping others recover from their experiences.
- WIDE ANGLE: “Ladies First”
This is the companion site to the WIDE ANGLE documentary, “Ladies First,” focused on the rebuilding of Rwanda and women’s changing roles in that country. Viewers will find an interactive map, photo essay, and a wealth of information about Rwanda.
- BBC News
This links to an article on Rwanda’s struggle to rebuild their economy, and on the right side there are several related links to more information about Rwanda.
This site offers an article specific to Rwandan women and the rebuilding of the economy, with sidebars with many other related articles.
- Women, War, and Peace
This Web site has general information about Rwanda and detailed information about how conflict affects women and how women are affecting change.
- Copies of the Student Activity Guide