The stories of survivors who made it through mass killings will be told next few months at the Museum of Texas Tech.
"Narratives of Modern Genocide" is intended to share the lessons survivors have brought to Texas, and how their histories are lighting new paths. Even paths to forgiveness.
"I was so angry for a long time, but I had to find a way to move on with my life," genocide survivor Gilbert Tuhabonye said. "I can't worry about what happened. Because what happened is the past. Yes I'm telling this story so people know what happened. But I don't want to hang on to the past. I want to move on with my life. Running has brought life, running helped me to overcome obstacles."
The exhibit will run through February. Click here - for more information.