Exhibit/December 13, 2008
Sarah Bones Documents 15 Years of the Rwandan Genocide: Is Healing Possible?
Philadelphia photographer Sarah Bones and writer Bea Spadacini examine human resilience, forgiveness and journeys of personal healing in the wake of the genocide in Rwanda. In 1994, up to one million people were brutally murdered in Rwanda in less than 100 days. As a reflection of humanity at its greatest, survivors and perpetrators of these heinous crimes are rebuilding their lives and living side by side in experimental reconciliation villages.
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