This year, 2019, marks the twenty-fifth anniversary of the genocide in the African nation of Rwanda. Approximately one million (1,000,000) human beings died. The American media coverage was negligible and the United States government did less than nothing. Entire villages of Tutsi and sympathetic Hutus were killed. The Rwandan government’s goal was to eliminate any evidence that the Tutsi people had ever existed. The government very nearly succeeded. Immaculee Ilibagiza was one of the few who survived. Her book, Left To Tell, is the most amazing book of family, faith and forgiveness that I have ever read.