As a humanitarian aid worker, Carl Wilkens moved his young family to Rwanda in the spring of 1990. When the genocide was launched in April 1994, Carl refused to leave, even when urged to do so by close friends, his church and the United States government. Thousands of expatriates evacuated and the United Nations pulled out most of its troops. Carl was the only American to remain in the country.
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Join the USF Libraries Holocaust & Genocide Studies Center for “Journeys of Transformation: Picking up the Pieces of the Holocaust” with Dr. Martina Emme. Dr. Emme is the daughter and granddaughter of Nazi perpetrators and a founder of One-by-One, an organization that brings together groups of descendants of Holocaust survivors and descendants of the Nazi regime. She studies moral and political aspects of empathy and dialogue.