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Below are some recommended articles.
from Slavery, War, and Genocide: Lessons from John Woolman and Friends
in Rwanda and Burundi, by David Zarembka, October 22, 2006. This
is the 59th John Woolman Memorial Lecture given at the Burlington
Meeting House in New Jersey. The lecture gives eight lessons we need
to learn and follow to help in situations of violent conflict.
Cannot Stay in Small Places: Lessons from Alternatives to Violence
Workshops with Gacaca Judges, by Laura Shipler Chico and Uwimana
Marie Paule, June 2005. This is a report on 70 AVP workshops conduced
between May 2004 and March 2005 with gacaca judges in Rwanda who
are hearing the cases of the over 100,000 genocide suspects who have
been in prison since1994-95.
Am My Neighbor's Mirror: A Community Rebuilding after Genocide,
by Laura Shipler Chico, December 2006. An assessement of the effects
on the Nyamata community, one of the hardest hit by the 1994 Rwandan
genocide, after twenty AVP workshops with 400 participants.
War and AIDS: The Friends Women’s Association in Burundi by
Cassilde Ntamamiro, February 2003. Links the violent conflict in
Burundi to women and the spread of HIV/AIDS.
I am Human: Testimonies from the Healing Companions Program in Rwanda
the Guns Have Stopped: Searching for Reconciliation in Burundi,
by Theoneste Bizimana and Anna Sandidge, May, 2006. These are the
words of 18 out of 41 rural Burundians that the author interviewed
about their lives, their journey of healing, and their involement
with the Healing and Rebuilding Our Communities program, 48 pages
of Joy by Joy Zarembka, August 1999. Journal of a workcamper
to Burundi and her thoughts on the violence occurring during her