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Thursday, October 29, 200910/29/2009Oct292009400Africa Week Lecture: Carl Wilkens on "Rwanda 1994 and Beyond"The <a href="http://www.buffalostate.edu/africanamericanstudies/">African and African American Studies Interdisciplinary Unit (AAAS)</a> presented a lecture by Carl Wilkens, the only American who stayed in Rwanda after the 1994 genocide started. Wilkens's decision resulted in preventing the massacre of hundreds of orphans between April and July 1994. His story has inspired many in the United States, Rwanda, and around the world.</p> <p>This lecture, part of a weeklong Africa Week program organized by AAAS, was made possible by a minigrant from the Auxiliary Services Grant Allocation Committee with additional support from University College.2009/10/20091029_1215_wilkens.mp310/29/200901:15:2490.57 MB10242Historical10