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Rwandans Look for Ways to Heal in Kentucky

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Rwandans Look for Ways to Heal in Kentucky

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Rwandans Look for Ways to Heal in Kentucky

Rwandans Look for Ways to Heal in Kentucky

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During a three-month period in 1994, an estimated 800,000 Rwandans died during the genocide. This past week, a small group of Rwandans traveled to Louisville, Ky., to attend counseling workshops to learn ways to help its struggling citizens cope.

Stephanie Sanders reports from member station WFPL.

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