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IIB Statement on the 30th Commemoration of the 1994 Genocide Against the Tutsi in Rwanda

By June 21, 2024June 26th, 2024No Comments
“Kwibuka,” in Rwanda’s Kinyarwanda language, means “To Remember.”
This weekend, Buffalonians gather to remember the events of three decades ago. We heard the horrific details as we resettled hundreds of Rwandan refugees over the years. With our former clients and the rest of our region’s Rwandan community, we will commemorate those 100 days of murder and mayhem and honor the memories of the estimated one million people lost to the violence and the untold number of refugees worldwide left in its wake.
As always, the International Institute of Buffalo will be ready to help foreign-born people persecuted for who they are and help them find a better, safer life in America.