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Remember, Unite, Renew

NAIROBI, Kenya, March 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

20 years ago, Rwanda went through the worst horror of modern human history. The world looked on as millions of innocent children, women, men, disabled, young and old Rwandan Tutsi were massacred in the most inhumane way. Twenty years after the genocide there had been much talk but not clearly enough action by states to prevent mass atrocities and punish the architects.

Africa 24 media, the continent's premiere Pan African, international standard production house connects the rest of the world with content production resources from and about Africa and seeks to tell the African story through features, documentaries, series program, film and photography.

In marking the 20 years anniversary of the genocide, Africa 24 media has unique and exclusive content on the genocide and the aftermath. We have raw footage, finished content and images on the remembering the genocide, Rwanda peace beyond justice, battling genocide demons through Yoga, Gacaca process and much more.

The theme for this year's genocide commemoration is Remember, Unite, Renew. Remember those who perished and offering comfort to survivors, Uniting Rwandans through its leadership by promoting a culture of tolerance and establishing rule of law that treats everyone equally, and Renewing Rwandan values of resilience, self-worth, respect and dignity and focus on pursuing a vision of transformation that will ensure that genocide never happens again.

To purchase a specific portion of the raw footage we have available, you can give the duration at which the clip appears on it. For more information on the content click on this link

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