Immaculée Ilibagiza, Survivor of the Rwandan Genocide, to Speak at Amherst College March 25

March 5, 2009

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AMHERST, Mass. – Immaculée Ilibagiza, author and world-renowned survivor of the Rwandan genocide, will give a talk titled “Faith, Hope and Forgiveness: The Story of a Survivor of the Rwanda Genocide” on Wednesday, March 25, at 8 p.m. in Amherst College’s Johnson Chapel.

In Johnson Chapel

On the Quad

Dale on Memorial Hill

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President Anthony W. Marx, 2007 Convocation
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The Valley from Johnson Chapel

Submitted by Samuel A. Masinter
The Pioneer Valley as seen from atop Johnson Chapel

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