Hundreds of people came out to our benefit concert in Boston to support our documentary film project Reconciliation's Reach, last night. Thank you for visiting our site and a special thank you to those who joined us at the event. We will share pictures with you soon. Your support is testament to the fact that the lessons Rwandans can teach us have relevance to the lives of people in Boston and around the world. As President Obama said in his news conference this week, he believes in the power of persistence, so do we and so do the Rwandans we will focus on in our film. By the hundreds of thousands, neighbors killed neighbors. Now the killers share dinner with survivors. Reconciliation's Reach, will show how Rwandan women have become pioneers of reconciliation after genocide. An organization dedicated to rebuilding Rwanda is turning hated neighbors into friends, creating lasting peace in villages around the country. Survivors and perpetrators come together to learn about their past, apologize for their mistakes, and build a future together. This method of reconciliation has the potential to be used around the world.
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