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The Importance of Commemoration - Kwibuka

Fight against genocide ideology and denial

Compassion & solidarity with survivors

Remember the pain and courage of those who perished and those who survived

Tribute to those who perished during the genocide against Tutsi

Remember the Voice of Hope (RPA)

Educate future generations

Giving decent burials to the victims of Genocide against Tutsi

Recommit to reject genocide to Never Again and the Rwanda we Want

Program

Master of Ceremony

Dr. Jackson Muhirwe

Deputy Chief Information Security Officer

University of California, Davis

Prayer & Candle Service

Jon Fish

CEO and Co-Founder

Center for Interfaith Studies in America

Speakers

Dr. Barbara Lesch McCaffry

Board President, Alliance for the Study of the Holocaust and Genocide at Sonoma State University

Youth Presentation

The Importance of Commemoration - Kwibuka

Declaration of Sentiments

Shannon Vellone Mills

Professor of Anthropology,

President of the Faculty Academic Senate

 

Dr. Enest Uwazie

Center for African Peace & Conflict Resolution CSU Sacramento

 

Dr. Boatamo Mosupyoe,

Director of Pan-African Studies and Cooper Woodson Enhancement Program at CSUS

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Kwibuka Film – “Our Future Lost”

Message of Solidarity with Survivor

Christyne Davidian,

Past Board President, Alliance for the Study of the Holocaust and Genocide at Sonoma State University Founder, Armenians of the North Bay

Testimonies from Genocide Survivors

Consolee Nishimwe

Author of “Tested to the Limit: A Genocide Survivor’s Story of Pain, Resilience and Hope”

Keynote Speaker

H.E. Ambassador Mathilde Mukantabana

Rwandan Ambassador to the United States,

Founder of Friends of Rwanda Association (F.O.R.A)

H.E. Ambassador Mathilde Mukantabana

Rwandan Ambassador to the United States,

Founder of Friends of Rwanda Association (FORA)

Concluding Remark

Vianney Mugabo, President of FORA

Cosumnes River College
Winn Center, Community Room

8400 Center Parkway

Sacramento, CA 958

 

Saturday, June 9, 2018

2:00 pm to 5:00 pm

In Collaboration With 

 

The Rwandan Community of California

Cosumnes River College

Alliance for the Study of the Holocaust and Genocide at Sonoma State University

 Cooper Woodson Enhancement Program and Pan-African Studies at

Sacramento State University

 The Center for African Peace and Conflict Resolution

Palo Alto University

Center for Interfaith Studies in America

World Affairs Sacramento

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