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Rwandan genocide, 30 years on: Omitting women’s memories encourages incomplete understanding of violence

By Anneliese M. Schenk-Day, PhD student of the sociology of mass violence, The Ohio State University
Rwanda is touted as one of the leading nations when it comes to strides toward gender equality. But the role of female ‘rescuers’ in the 1994 genocide is being downplayed.The Conversation

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