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Hamptons Film Festival Review: ‘The Uncondemned’ – World Premiere

'The Uncondemned,' Rwandan genocide, Rwanda

"The Uncondemned," premiering at the Hamptons Film Festival The Uncondemned, reminds us of the courage and spirit required to bring justice to a region in people's hearts where evil had prospered under cover of fear, brutality and the threat of death. Read More »

Theater Review (Off-Broadway NYC): ‘Sense of an Ending’ by Ken Urban

Joshua David Robinson, Danyon Davis, 'SENSE OF AN ENDING,' 59E59th Theaters

Under duress and the threat of torture, one may do anything, admit to anything. During the 100 days of the darkness of the Rwandan genocide, one ethnic group butchered, the other died. And then there were those who managed to survive. And there were those who managed to walk the wall between the brutalizers and the brutalized. Read More »

TV Review: “Open Heart”

Louise, Age 11, in a strange place

Part of HBO's documentary series, Open Heart is one of those films that reminds me how lucky I am to have access to healthcare. Read More »

Book Review: I’m Not Leaving by Carl Wilkens

The incredible story of Carl Wilkens, the only American to remain in Rwanda during the 1994 genocide. Read More »

Book Review: Nairobi Heat by Mukoma Wa Ngugi

The worst killers are the survivors. They know that life is cheap, no matter what the rest of the world says. Read More »

Book Review: A Time for Machetes: The Rwandan Genocide – The Killers Speak by Jean Hatzfeld

Jean Hatzfeld speaks to ten Hutu killers about the genocide and the crimes that they committed. Read More »

Book Review: Left To Tell by Immaculee Ilibagiza with Steve Erwin

There is no end to the value of Iligabiza’s shining example from the Rwandan genocide. Read More »