Rwandan genocide: younger generations turn to traditional dance to heal trauma

by MMC
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Young Rwandans born after the 1994 genocide, in which Hutu extremists massacred an estimated 800,000 Tutsi, are increasingly turning to traditional dance to heal generational trauma. Traditional Rwandan dances share a common goal: to help future generations break down ethnic barriers and live as one people.

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