"Towards the end of the conflict,
a woman came to my home and asked to be let in. Her name was Odette.
When I asked her where she had been since the beginning of the assaults,
she said she was hiding in a Hutu neighbor’s house."
Like spring’s promise, this issue of "Field Notes" is cautiously hopeful because, as you will see below, hope in our field is warranted. Thanks to a global wave of determined effort, we are making headway in the fight for universal human rights.
PROOF: Media for Social Justice uses visual storytelling for genocide prevention and peace building.