Rwanda has very specific seasons, and ever since the genocide of 1994, Rwandans will tell you they are overcome each April by an almost physical experience of memory of that time. It’s rainy season. The skies are rumbling and clogged with huge, stacked clouds, purple below, charcoal-smudged, subli…
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