This film is a comprehensive overview of the 1994 Rwandan genocide which contains interviews with survivors, government officials, UN peacekeepers, soldiers and journalists.
This PBS documentary asks why the genocide was not stopped and if racism might have been behind the apparent lack of action. It highlights African heroes such as the Senegalese peacekeeper Captain Mbaye Diagne who singlehandedly saved countless people from the death squads.
There will follow a question and answer session with the director, Greg Barker.
These presentations are delivered in association with Black History Walks.