Lessons from Rwanda's Genocide, 20 Years Later

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In many ways, Rwanda has recovered dramatically after the genocide that killed almost a million people 20 years ago. Hutus and Tutsis are living together again. But how deep is their "reconciliation?" What are the lessons for the rest of the world? Also, big challenges for new Health and Human Secretary Sylvia Mathews Burwell. On today's Talking Point, are professional hockey players the victims of violence? A lawsuit claims the National Hockey League concealed what it knew about long-term neurological damage.

Banner image: Kigali Genocide Memorial Centre. Photo: Trocaire