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Free showing of film about genocide in Rwanda set for April 14

March 29, 2010

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The Montana State University Diversity Awareness Office offers a free screening of the film, "Sometimes in April," at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 14, in the SUB's Procrastinator Theater.

This HBO original movie tells the story of 100 days ,beginning in April, 1994, when nearly 800,000 people lost their lives during a purge of Tutsi nationalists by their Hutu countrymen in the African nation of Rwanda. Based on true events, the gripping and inspiring drama tells the story of two brothers divided along political lines by the conflict, and details the extraordinary courage and perseverance exhibited by the people of Rwanda.

For more information, contact the Diversity Awareness Office at 994-5801 or at diversityawareness@montana.edu.

atie Bloom (406) 994-5801, diversityawarenss@montana.edu