This is Who I Want Here













Immaculee Ilibagiza, survivor of the 1994 Rwanda genocide and author of a best-selling book about it, pledging allegiance at her U.S. citizenship ceremony Wednesday in New York. (Photos by Bebeto Matthews, Associated Press)

Welcome to America, Immaculee.


4 Responses to “This is Who I Want Here”

  1. Kurt Carson Says:

    I am deeply touched. I hope she finds what she is looking for.

  2. rationaloptimist Says:

    Kurt, I trust you weren’t being your usual facetious self. I saw the upper picture in the newspaper today and had a strong emotional response to the look on her face. Unfortunately I couldn’t get it big enough on my blog to fully show it. (BTW, her book is religious, but I don’t hold that against her.)

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