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  • Good Catholic Anton Pavelich
    Evils of religion part 5: Catholicism's worst atrocities
    The pope admitted this week that 1 of every 50 priests is a pedophile. Likely, the number is far higher. Of course, the truly hideous thing is not simply the existence of pedophiles in an organization that claims to be God’s guiding light to...
  • Coffees of Rwanda
    Grace Hightower medium dark and medium light roasts are heart-warming
    If you've never heard of Grace Hightower and Coffees of Rwanda, you might want to be sure you know of them now because not only do they brew some delicious blends of coffee for all manners of occasion, but they support an amazing cause and...
  • Celebrate Black History: Model/Designer Vasta
    CeleBrate Black History: Model Vasta Muhimpundu
    How did you get started in your career and/or Organization?Well, I have always have passion for fashion, clothes shoes and it is one of my dreams to start a clothes line, shoe line or modeling someday. I stared modeling for fun when I was a...
  • 'Sweet Dreams' after the nightmare of genocide
    'Sweet Dreams' after the nightmare of genocide
    You've probably heard or seen "Hotel Rwanda" and wonder what more can be said about this country's terrible 1994 genocide and a country's road to recovery. Rob and Lisa Fruchtman's documentary, "Sweet Dreams,"...
  • Open Heart
    Oscar-nominated short documentary 'Open Heart' to premiere on HBO
    The documentary "Open Heart," one of three nominees for this year’s Best Documentary Short Subject Oscar® debuts back-to-back Oct. 14 on HBO, along with “Mondays at Racine,” which debuts at 9:00 p.m., and &ldquo...
  • Finding Hillywood
    New documentary ‘Finding Hillywood’ finds a screen in Kansas City
    Kansas Citians get to travel around the world through movies all the time, but come Tuesday, September 10 and Wednesday, September 11, locals will go to the Alamo Drafthouse and travel through history and across the globe to Rwanda.A new...
  • A great smile is worth a million words
    Achieve a great smile with GLO Solo Teeth Whitening Products
    A great smile is the best way to show that you are ready to conquer the world. As we get older and consume more dark products such as coffee, teas and sodaswe diminish the whiteness of our teeth and that smile is not always easy to achieve...
  • Rwanda's bike team mades 'Rising From Ashes' a special doc
    'Rising From Ashes' a documentary about bike racing in Rwanda
    When one thinks of Rwanda, the thoughts are usually of genocide and horrible images of innocent people hacked to death.Gratis7 Media Group and Project Rwanda, both non-profit organizations, joined together to show a different side of Rwanda. This...
  • Connecticut middle-school student expands Rwanda fundraising goals
    Connecticut middle-school student expands Rwanda fundraising goals
    Zoe Banks, who recently turned 12, launched her Project LIGHT: New England Helps Rwanda fundraiser with lots of hope and 700 bracelets. In just two weeks, Banks sold many of her bracelets and raised nearly $1,200 to help send one of the many teens...
  • Notre-Dame de Kibeho
    Rwanda set to launch a religious tourism outlet in Kihebo
    The Tourism and Conservation Department of the Rwanda Development Board announced that Rwanda's first religious tourism service is set to begin this week. The new service will focus on the Kibeho region in Southern Rwanda.It began on November...
  • Security Council Establishes “Intervention Brigade” for DRC
    Intervention brigade – rewriting rules of engagement for UN peacekeepers
    The United Nations Security Council on March 28, 2013 unanimously authorized, through resolution 2098, the deployment of an ‘intervention brigade’ within the current United Nations peacekeeping operation, MONUSCO, in the Democratic...
  • Children of Killers
    Children of Killers, Revisits 100 Day Massacre
    Having researched and written about the events that led to the 100 day massacre in Rwanda and after interviewing filmmaker, Kimberlee Acquaro, regarding her film “God Sleeps In Rwanda,” this writer had some knowledge of the Rwandan...
  • League of Nations Turns Over Historic Documents to the United Nations
    The League of Nations and the mandate system
    As a result of its defeat, Germany lost its colonies to the victor powers under the 1919 Treaty of Versailles, which ended the Second World War. The colonies, together with some of the territories that formerly had been under the Ottoman Empire,...
  • torture
    Man describes his torture ordeal in Rwanda
    You read some of these charges in the Amnesty International reporton torture inflicted by the Rwandan military intelligence unit (J2) on some detainees and it makes you absolutely sick.“This report details unlawful detention, torture and...
  • military parade Rwanda
    Rwandan military used electric shock to force confessions from people
    A new report by Amnesty International states that Rwandan military used electric shock to force confessions from people. Electric shocks are used as a method of torture, since the received voltage and current can be controlled with precision and...