The Rhythm of Healing shares the healing power of music and dance in Rwanda, a country devastated by a 1994 genocide in which one million people were slaughtered in 100 days.
Cut the Tall Trees: The Killing Power of Words examines the powerful role propaganda played during the Rwandan genocide.
Playing a Part makes connections between the Holocaust and the Rwandan genocide and asks us all to consider what part we play when we are inhumane towards others.
Reweaving: Rwanda After Rape explores the historic perspective on the horrific crime of rape as a weapon of war and genocide.
Children of the Genocide explores how a genocide that happened twenty years ago continues to affect children in Rwanda today.
For the Love of the Game kicks around the idea that soccer has been a tool for healing from Rwanda's devastating genocide.
"I am Kizito" introduces us to a genocide surviver whose friendship with a Los Angeles teen is helping provide a brighter future.
The Kindness of Strangers uses the example of the internment of Japanese Americans in WWII as as example of what we can do to help others in need.
Just One Story highlights the powerful story of a lady who survived two genocides and a government official who's trying to improve how the subject is taught in Rwandan schools.
This is Murambi focuses on one of the most graphic genocide memorial sites in Rwanda and asks if this kind of commemoration is necessary.
C-Roll is an entertaining look behind the scenes of our 2014 Rwanda trip.
Darkest Before Dawn is a moving slideshow of Rwanda's past, present and hopeful future.