How Dare the Sun Rise Setting & Symbolism

Sandra Uwiringiyimana
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The Banyamulenge

Banyamulenge is the name of the tribe to which Sandra and her family belong. She wrote about their giving nature, including that her mother's home was always open to anyone in need and that their neighbors provided food for Sandra's family in return. They were targeted, and Sandra's younger sister was one of more than 160 people murdered in a refugee camp because of their tribal affiliation. The tribe played an important role in Sandra's childhood, and her mother was angry when Sandra, as an adult, entered into a relationship with a young man outside her tribe.

Uvira

Uvira is where Sandra and her family lived when Sandra was a small child until war drove them from her home. She remembers the area with fondness and had a good childhood there. They had some conveniences, such as electricity and running water, though they did not have hot...

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