Our mission is to develop empathy, understanding and respect through testimony
This week’s theme focuses on standing for hope. In this clip from the Visual History Archive, survivor of the genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda, Emmanuel Muhinda has a message for future generations.
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Our storytelling projects are both based on and inspired by the more than 55,000 testimonies in the Institute’s archive. They offer a deeper look into the emotional complexities of our survivor stories and told through the written word, video, audio and photography. They are opportunities to explore the impact that these voices have and the way in which testimony drives our understanding of conflict and grief as well as resilience, resistance and hope.