Where did we start, where are we now, and where are we headed? In this episode of (Re)membering Rwanda, we’re reflecting on our journey. Along with personal reflections and those of past podcast guests, we’re also joined by special guests Angèle Bikié and University of Vienna Ass.-Prof. Dr. Rémi Tchokothe. Join us as we unpack what it means to be a “guardian of memory” and as we discuss our complex feelings towards the seemingly simple phrase “never again.”
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This episode features the beautiful song “Iwanyu” by Teta Diana. Her website is http://www.tetadiana.com/. You can also subscribe to her bandcamp page at https://tetadiana.bandcamp.com/.
This episode also features the song “Soul of Rwanda” by film music composer Liam Colomer, part of the soundtrack to the documentary Generation 94, a wonderful story of genocide survivors who ended up promoting initiatives to help Rwandan people in vulnerable situations
Additional music: “Acoustic guitar rythm with maracas” by maurolop (Intro), available under CC0 1.0 license, as well as ““Peaceful Acoustic” by TomchikRec available under CC0 1.0 license, “Acoustic guitar- Sleepy” by afrodrumming, licensed under CC BY 3.0 and “Guitar loop 1l43” by Setuniman (Outro) available under CC BY-NC 3.0 license.