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U.S. Role in Rwanda Genocide Exposed by new documents

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Samantha Power, Lecturer for the Carr Center for Human Rights, Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government, and author of the September 2001 Atlantic Monthly article “Bystanders to Genocide,” joins Salih Booker and Amy Goodman to discuss how the U.S. neglected to prevent the Rwanda Genocide.

00:43:29 “’Till we do something about it” Sam Archer

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