Carl Wilkens was the only American who chose to stay in Kigali, Rwanda, through the 1994 genocide, and he and his Rwandan colleagues helped save the lives of hundreds of people. Carl’s harrowing yet hopeful journey weaves together stories of tremendous risk and fierce compassion in the midst of senseless slaughter. Carl’s storytelling does not stop with Rwanda’s tragic history, but moves forward to the powerful and inspiring recovery process.
Monday, October 18, 2021
via Zoom or in-person in the Community Room
Presenter via Zoom: Carl Wilkens, humanitarian aid worker & author
Register for the Zoom program here
Before the program, a link to join the program will be emailed to you.
Only one registration is needed per household or connection.
Even after registering, you may choose to attend in-person instead.
GET MORE OUT OF THE PROGRAM BY READING CARL'S BOOK FIRST! It's also called "I'm Not Leaving", and several copies are available for checkout from the Brookfield Public Library.
Please contact the Brookfield Public Library's Adult Reference Desk with any questions at 262-782-4140, opt 1.