Many of Kigali’s poorest no longer feel welcome in a city that has undergone a major facelift as part of President Paul Kagame’s masterplan to turn Rwanda into a wealthy nation by 2050 Slum dwellers in Kigali are accusing city authorities of razing their homes without paying compensation, stirring anger […]
“We could see the machete wounds to the head, and on their arms and bodies. They were just emerging from the horror.” — French Vice-Admiral Marin Gillier, upon finding hundreds of wounded Tutsi in the hills of Bisesero in late June, 1994. Former soldiers who served in Paul Kagame’s army […]
Protesters stormed United Nations facilities in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) town of Beni on Monday, angered by the failure to stop an armed group that killed eight civilians.
The New York Times published a story titled “Rwanda’s Children of Rape Have Come of Age” in March 2019 about children born to mothers who were raped during the gruesome genocide in 1994. The story explores the stigma, intergenerational trauma, and discrimination faced by these children who grew up being called […]
Human rights abuses are too often excused by people seeking to venerate postcolonial dictators who stood up to the west Fidel Castro, Vladimir Putin and Paul Kagame are postcolonial dictators. Their grave human rights abuses are often excused or overlooked by supporters who venerate their defiant opposition to western imperialism. Kagame is […]
Christine Coleman My Testimony: What I have seen, experienced, lived or told by close friends with evidence in pictures, videos & Audios Hi there! My name is Christine Coleman. I am a wife, a mother and a pastor. I live in Denver, Colorado but I was born and raised in […]
President Kagame is a war criminal with the blood of millions of his “African brothers and sisters” in Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo on his hands.