All posts tagged genocide

  • Q&A with Cambodian Writer Alice Pung

    Here Alice Pung talks to Khet Mar about what kind of a writer she would be if she lived in Cambodia, her challenges as a Cambodian writer born in a different country, and Writers in Motion, a regional tour she’s currently on with other 8 writers exploring the Mid-Atlantic and South.


  • Manipulating the Memory of the Rwandan Genocide

    The Rwandan government has made remarkable strides in infrastructure, the economy, healthcare, and gender equity in political representation, but their continued attack on independent thought and criticism is disheartening – and dangerous. As the August presidential election looms, it is important not only to hail Rwanda’s success but also to ask hard questions about government abuse of authority.