Ep. 5: Kaneza Theogone – Survivor and Peacemaker

(Re)membering Rwanda – Conversations about our shared history
  • Kaneza Interview
47:51 Min.
Ep. 3: Scholastique Mukasonga's Writings
46:51 Min.
Ep. 7: Reflecting on our Journey
51:40 Min.
Ep. 6: Boubacar Boris Diop
50:55 Min.
Ep. 4: Malaika Uwamahoro
47:46 Min.
Ep. 2: Black Earth Rising
33:07 Min.
Ep. 1: Starting our journey

Hello, curious listeners! Kaneza Theogone is a pastor, peacemaker, educator, and surivor of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi who currently lives in Rwanda. His life path also brought him to Innsbruck, Austria, where he studied Peace and Conflict Studies at the University of Innsbruck. In this episode, we have the honour of being in conversation with Kaneza as he shares intimate details of his life before, during, and after the genocide.


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This episode features the song “Acoustic guitar rythm with maracas” by maurolop (Intro) and “Guitar loop 1l43” by Setuniman (Outro) available under CC BY-NC 3.0 license.

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