“Home,” Scene One

An African market: colorful kitenge, people bartering, and lots of noise, animals, and pandemonium. Two Americans, LISA and KAYLEE, are walking through the stalls. MERCHANT: Sister, welcome to Rwanda! I will make you a kitenge dress! Only four thousand francs! LISA: No, thank you. MERCHANT: Cheaper than anywhere else in the market! LISA: Maybe we’ll… Continue reading “Home,” Scene One

Venture to Kibuye

This weekend I visited a beautiful town called Kibuye nestled on the shore of Lake Kivu, one of the Great Lakes of Africa. My Peace and Conflict Studies professor, Pastor Anastas, took our class there. Since we were leaving Kigali on the last Saturday of the month, we had to leave at 4 a.m. and… Continue reading Venture to Kibuye