Source: (2005) Peaceways, AGLI, vol. 1(1):6-7
A group of people from the town of Mutaho, Burundi (a town that was effectively destroyed during the period of ethnic violence between Hutus and Tutsis), went to visit the men who had killed their families who were now imprisoned. For them it was an opportunity for reconciliation and a chance to build trust that transcends ethnic division.
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