USC Shoah Foundation to Help Preserve 60 Million Gacaca Court Documents
From the Visual History Archive
Theoneste Karenzi on Gacaca courts
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Meet Peg LeVine
USC Shoah Foundation, Aegis Trust Rwanda and the Institute for War, Holocaust and Genocide Studies (NIOD) conducted a feasibility study this month to determine how case files from trials of genocide perpetrators could be digitized and preserved.
Theoneste Karenzi recalls the Gacaca courts and the perpetrators he testified against. Picture courtesy of Genocide Archive Rwanda - A group of Inyangamugayo of Gacaca courts wearing former flag colors.
The first-ever Center Fellow at the USC Shoah Foundation Center for Advanced Genocide Research will continue her study of ritualcide in Cambodia during her semester-in-residence at USC in spring 2015.