Regular People, Extraordinary Courage: 9 Stories Of Ordinary Heroes Who Stood Up In Times Of Genocide
In 1994, Rwanburindi Enoch and his wife were a relatively prosperous Hutu couple, living a quiet and fulfilling life in their village in Rwanda.
But within the span of a few traumatic weeks, Enoch's country was rocked by a genocide so swift and brutal that almost 20 percent of its population was eventually wiped out by militants.
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