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    • Chandler Hamby
      Genocide in Rwanda
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    • EXTERMINATION
      of
      RACIAL GROUPS
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    • HUTUS AND TUTSIS
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    • HELP WITH RECOVERY
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    • STILL LENDING A HELPING HAND
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    • CHILDREN OUR AGE
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    • “We began to save rainwater in order to wash our uniforms- by hand, often without any soap- and all of us soon carried a very distinct and unpleasant odor.”
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    • Works Cited
      Dallaire, Romeo. Shake hands with the devil: the failure of humanity in Rwanda. N.p.: n.p., n.d. 263. Print.
      “Genocide in Rwanda.” Prejudice in the Modern World Reference Library. Ed. Kelly Rudd, Richard Hanes, and Sarah Hermsen. Vol. 2. Detroit: UXL, 2007. 237-258. Global Issues in Context. Web. 22 Oct. 2010. <http://find.galegroup.com/‌gic/‌infomark.do?&contentSet=EBKS&idigest=b527955b5caccdb4b4a2d40e86fe061a&type=retrieve&tabID=T001&prodId=GIC&docId=CX2831400026&source=gale&userGroupName=cant48040&version=1.0>. It gives reasons why genocide would begin and goes into detail about what it truely means. The information given has really went into more detail than the dictionary meaning of genocide. It also told the types of people that were involoved in the genocide. It explains how the German army turned the Tutsis and Hutus against each other. Also,the pictures given helped me get a visual of how less the Rwandans were though of.
      Gledhill, John. “We need permanent peacekeeping forces; Darfur and beyond.” International Herald Tribune 19 May 2006: n. pag. Global Issues in Context. Web. 27 Oct. 2010. <http://find.galegroup.com/‌gic/‌retrieve.do?subjectParam=Locale%252528en%25252C%25252C%252529%25253AFQE%25253D%252528su%25252CNone%25252C19%252529peacekeeping%252Bforces%252524%257E%2529_2&contentSet=IAC-Documents&sort=Relevance&tabID=T006&sgCurrentPosition=0&subjectAction=VIEW_TOPIC_TREE&prodId=GIC&docId=CJ145969309&searchId=R4&currentPosition=1&userGroupName=cant48040&resultListType=RESULT_LIST&sgHitCountType=None&qrySerId=Locale%28en%2C%2C%29%3AFQE%3D%28SU%2CNone%2C21%29%22peacekeeping+forces%22%24&inPS=true&searchType=&displaySubject=&docId=CJ145969309&docType=IAC>. This article went into detail about thye assistance missions sent to Rwanda. It clearly stated what countries and places tried to help Rwanda. I was puzzled by how Rwanda was recieving help from other countries. This explained how camos were taken on the outside of the country and worked their way in.
      “Rwanda Genocide.” Global Issues in Context. Gale, 2010. Web. 22 Oct. 2010. <http://find.galegroup.com/‌gic/‌infomark.do?&contentSet=GREF&idigest=b527955b5caccdb4b4a2d40e86fe061a&type=retrieve&tabID=&prodId=GIC&docId=CP3208520187&source=gale&userGroupName=cant48040&version=1.0>. This was the most helpful article. It explained what led up to the genocide, what happened during, and after the genocide. It went into more detail than any other article. Because there was so much information in the article, I had to take bits and peices and determine what they meant. This article is what really showed the efforts that were taken after the disaster to recover.