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This is late notice but …   Alexis Bilindabagabo, Anglican Bishop of Gahini, Rwanda,will be speaking TONIGHT at 7 PM at the State Museum.  He will speak about the process of reconciliation and building peace in the aftermath of genocide in Rwanda.  Here is the information about the lecture: 

Lecture: “Genocide and Reconciliation in Rwanda: A Survivor’s Perspective of Hope”
November 18

Date: November 18

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Bishop Alexis Bilindabagabo survived the Rwanda genocide in 1994 that killed almost a million people.  Since that time he has become a recognized spokesman and author on the reconciliation process in Rwanda.  As part of his rebuilding efforts, Bishop Bilindabagabo has founded a foster care agency for genocide orphans and has been instrumental in rebuilding schools, hospitals and churches.

7 p.m., Auditorium, free.  (The museum is located at 301 Gervais Street, Columbia, SC  and the auditorium is on the second floor.)   

 

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The Community Mediation Center, located at 4801 Colonial Drive, Columbia, SC  29203, is offering a 24 hour course “Basic Training Mediation“,  from 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM on January 26th – 28th of 2010 (you must attend all sessions).  The 24 hour training will prepare anyone — including parents, educators, business and human resource professionals — to begin mediating conflicts. 

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