Rwandan Ambassador Mathilde Mukantabana
In This Video
“You would rather a tsunami comes and kills all your people, you can still recover psychologically. But when it’s someone killing them… our humanity questions itself.”
Mathilde Mukantabana serves as the Ambassador of the Republic of Rwanda to the United States. Ambassador Mukantabana recalls the 1994 Rwandan genocide and the impact it had on her loved ones and country. She also discusses how women led peacebuilding and reconciliation efforts and were critical to her country’s recovery from the genocide.