Scholastique Mukasonga’s newly translated memoir is about the impact of the Rwandan genocide, during which 37 of her family members were killed.
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Clemantine Wamariya crisscrossed Africa with her teenage sister, enduring hunger, poverty, violence and trauma. Her memoir, “The Girl Who Smiled Beads,” recounts her journey.
Facing an uphill battle, a small legal team puts a former Rwandan mayor on trial for his role in encouraging and ordering rapes during the country’s 1994 genocide.
“Coexist,” a documentary by Adam Mazo, examines Rwanda 20 years after the genocide and the hard choices behind the reconciliations between the families of the massacred and their killers.
Ms. Hightower, an actress, a singer, a philanthropist and perhaps the closest thing TriBeCa has to royalty, founded a company that sells Fair Trade coffee from Rwanda.