An exploration of community perceptions and understanding of Rwandan genocide memorials

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An exploration of community perceptions and understanding of Rwandan genocide memorials

This study aims to explore community perceptions and understandings of Rwandan Genocide Memorials. In building genocide memorials, Rwanda is refusing to let go unrecognized the victims of genocide. Through pictures, graphics and photographs, genocide memorials talk to the community. The population reads and interprets differently the messages genocide memorials communicate. The community’s interpretation is often influenced by various personal experiences and by social, cultural, political and religious environments.

  • Author
    Bazubagira Appoline Kabera
  • Year of publication
    March 2012
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