This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide, which left hundreds of thousands of people dead. Kazito Kalima still carries horrific memories of that time, and he shared them at a symposium.
The event was called "Learning from Past: Our Obligation to Prevent Genocide and Strive for Sustainable Peace." It marked the genocide against the Tutsi people; estimates of the death toll range from 500,000 to 1 million people.
The event, held earlier this year, was hosted by Notre Dame Law School, the Rwandan American Community of the Midwest and The Peace Center for Forgiveness and Reconciliation -- an Indianapolis organization that Kalima founded.
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