The Museum of Tolerance invites you to join us for

THE GENOCIDE IN RWANDA, 30 YEARS AFTER: REMEMBER, UNITE, RENEW

With Special Guest Dydine Umunyana Anderson Author of Embrace Life: How I Survived the Tutsi Genocide in Rwanda

IN-PERSON

Sunday, June 30th at 2:00pm


Dydine Umunyana Anderson, a child survivor of the genocide against the Tutsis in Rwanda, is an author, human rights advocate, revered speaker and co-founder of Kind Culture Community, dedicated to spreading kindness and cultivating change.

Dr. Aliah MaJon (Moderator) is the Founder of The Next 50 Years Project, where she teaches cultural intelligence to educational leaders and pioneers tools to build bridges across human differences, and is an Educational Consultant and Training Facilitator.


The program is offered free of charge. RSVPs are required. Register here.

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