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Immaculee Ilibagiza
Immaculee Ilibagiza

Immaculée Ilibagiza was born in Rwanda and studied electronic and mechanical engineering at the National University. She lost most of her family during the 1994 genocide. Four years later, she emigrated to the United States and began working at the United Nations in New York City. She is now a full-time public speaker and writer. In 2007 she established the Left to Tell Charitable Fund, which helps support Rwandan orphans.

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mmaculée Ilibagiza's family poses in front of their home. All of Immaculée's family but one brother were brutally murdered during the Rwandan Holocaust. “I have learned that God does not work on a human timetable and that miracles come to us through our prayers, not according to our calendars.” –Immaculée Ilibagiza
Life After 91 Days in Hiding During The Rwandan Holocaust After 20 years, survivor of the Rwandan holocaust , Immaculée Ilibagiza reflects on her life since the tragedy and how she has learned to live and... Comments
Learning How To Love Again After Genocide After the genocide, I suffered terribly from missing the presence of my parents, my brothers, and my grandparents; I never knew that the quality of... Comments
A Peaceful Place Immaculée Ilibagiza lost most of her family in the Rwandan genocide of 1994. She survived miraculously to tell the story. Here she describes the... Comments

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A Modern Day Fable The Napkin The Melon & The Monkey by Barbara Burke

http://www.hayhouse.com/details.php?id=4654&utm_id=3198 How to Be Happy and Successful by Simply Changing Your Mind This modern-day fable shows us

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Our Lady of Kibeho
Our Lady of Kibeho

Thirteen years before the bloody 1994 genocide that swept across Rwanda and left more than a million people dead, the Virgin Mary and Jesus Christ appeared to eight young people in the remote village

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Rosary

In The Rosary: The Prayer That Saved My Life, Immaculée reveals how the rosary's many blessings can be reaped by each and every one of us