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Title Coexist / directed by Adam Mazo
Published Boston : American Public Television, 2014

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Description 1 online resource (58 min.)
Series Human rights studies online
Summary Coexist examines Rwanda's social experiment in government-mandated reconciliation following the 1994 genocide of more than half a million Tutsi and moderate Hutu. Released from prison in 2003, thousands of Hutus responsible for the slaughter faced little choice but to return to the villages where they once terrorized their neighbors. To weaken the impulse toward retaliation, the Rwandan government sponsored workshops, seminars and healing groups in the hopes of ending the cycle of violence and beginning the process of re-humanization. The compelling and often heartbreaking stories of victims, perpetrators and witnesses illuminate the challenges of this one-size-fits-all policy while exploring many difficult questions at the heart of the human experience
Notes Title from resource description page (viewed Dec. 4, 2014)
In Kinyarwanda, English, and French, with English subtitles
Subject Hutu (African people) -- Rwanda
Tutsi (African people) -- Crimes against -- Rwanda -- History -- 20th century
Genocide -- Rwanda
Restorative justice -- Rwanda
Genocide.
Hutu (African people)
Politics and government
Restorative justice.
Tutsi (African people) -- Crimes against.
Rwanda -- Politics and government -- 1994-
Rwanda.
Genre/Form Documentary films.
History.
Documentary films.
Documentaires.
Form Streaming video
Author Mazo, Adam.
Tzuanos, Suzanne.
Upstander Productions.
American Public Television.