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    • Genocide in Rwanda Mr. Jeremy Rinkel
    • Genocide
      • Is any act of the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group, as such:
    • Acts of Genocide
      • Killing members of the group
      • Causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group
      • Creating living conditions of the group with the intent to bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part
    • Acts of Genocide
      • Imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group
      • Forcibly transferring children of the group to another group
    • Rwanda
      • The most densely populated country in Africa
      • 2 main ethnic groups
        • Hutus (majority group)
        • Tutsis (minority group)
    • Hutus
      • Launched an intense period of systematic killing of:
        • Friends
        • Neighbors
        • Schoolmates
      • Mostly Tutsis were murdered along with some moderate Hutus
    • Rwandan Genocide
      • In less than one hundred days, nearly 1 million people were killed
      • Nearly twice the entire population of Washington D.C.
    • Tools of Genocide
      • Assassinations
      • Death lists
      • Hate Propaganda
      • Demonizing
      • Civilian militias
      • Rape
    • In-class Project
      • Separate into four groups
      • Group 1 – Hutus and Tutsis
      • Group 2- Valentina’s Story
      • Group 3- The International Community’s Response
      • Group 4- Post-genocide Rwanda
    • Each Group will:
      • Summarize the packet of materials given to you
      • Answer at least two of the discussion questions
      • Present your findings to the class
        • You may read some of the talking points