UK students to honour ’94 Genocide victims
Students from Hampton School and Humpton Community College in the United Kingdom (UK) have decided to mark the 15th Anniversary of the 1994 genocide against Tutsis in Rwanda by collecting people’s views on ‘why should we remember what happened to the victims,’ The New Times has learnt. The children have set up a website (http://www.whyshouldweremember.org/) that serves as a medium for respondents as they try to collect at least 8,000 answers for the question ‘why should we remember’ what happened to the genocide victims.
Students of Hampton Community College pose in front of their school. (Courtesy photo)