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Claude Gatebuke
Human rights activist, Anti Genocide and Mass Atrocities, Survivor of genocide and civil war in Rwanda, Public Speaker Globally, US & Int'l media appearances
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The Infamous Celestine Sep 19
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Great article by on the Women's empowerment narrative in especially highlighting the treatment of women presidential candidates and as well as female journalists Agnes Nkusi Uwimana and Saidath Mukakibibi by .
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Peter Mutabaruka Sep 19
See pathetic leadership! Only an insecure man needs to behave in this manner, and sheep to clap. Unfortunately I'm referring to the President of and our legislature/cabinet. Will provide translation so and the world can continue to be enlightened!
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AGLAN Sep 19
Didn't take long for to show his true colors and threaten to put back in prison. Mind you he should have never arrested her to begin with. As we continue to shout we may go back to soon
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Claude Gatebuke Sep 19
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David Oginde Sep 14
No man has ever gained status by beating, abusing, or using a woman; but by loving, esteeming, and caring for her.
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Jeffrey Smith Sep 17
"Although is constitutionally a multi-party system there is practically no opposition within the country...presidential challengers have been prevented from entering the country, while exiled dissidents have been threatened and sometimes murdered."
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David Himbara Sep 17
“How Kagame Deceived The World That He Freed Victoire Ingabire Umuhoza” by David Himbara
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CIPE Africa Sep 18
sees his home country Rwanda as a “small piece of the puzzle” in the jigsawed interlocking interests and corruption that characterize the continent. The older dictatorial leaders all nod to each other, repression in one country allows it to be perpetuated in another.
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AGLAN Sep 18
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National Human Rights Network Sep 17
On Thursday 27th 2018, Kenyans will March to Rwanda High Commission in Kenya to protest the unlawful detention of Diane Rwigara and Adeline Rwigara and to demand for their immediate and unconditional Release. Join if Interested. .
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AGLAN Sep 18
Check out this article by on & how his struggle is symbolic of much of our African continent. The spirit in this article cannot be missed with analysts from
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Amanda Sperber Sep 17
Replying to @ItsMutai
“If you shouted is time you do the same for .” -
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Amanda Sperber Sep 17
Replying to @KinyanBoy
“As you’ve noticed, the fire is beyond Uganda. Everyone is fired up." -
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Amanda Sperber Sep 17
Replying to @TutuAlicante
"If Museveni and Obiang (President of Equatorial Guinea), two good friends, are constantly comparing notes, those of us fighting to end impunity in Uganda and Equatorial Guinea either support each other or fail on our own." -
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Amanda Sperber Sep 17
Replying to @CarolNdosi
"Since we can’t speak out on our own atrocities I feel like we are using Bobi Wine to tell the rest of the world just how wrong things are here.” -
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Amanda Sperber Sep 17
Replying to @RosebellK
"These are young countries for long held onto by dictators - our future is connected it is not about borders.” -
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Amanda Sperber Sep 17
My latest: Thank you to the analysts and activists from Uganda, Kenya, Rwanda, Burundi, Tanzania, Ghana, Nigeria, Equatorial Guinea and South Sudan who contributed to this piece, and again to .
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Amanda Sperber Sep 17
Replying to @shinani1
“The colonialists made the countries I could have been Congolese or Burundian. The whole continent could have been Nigeria.” -
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Community Oversight Nashville Sep 17
We use the hashtag quite frequently. This morning we're reminded of the many ways that we can lift one another UP! We received this post card from Oregon and want to pay it forward to everyone in the struggle to build community, through justice. Thank You All!
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