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In April 1994, the central African nation of Rwanda exploded into 100 days of violence, killing 800,000 people. Most turned their backs to the bloodshed. Here is the story of those who stayed.

Producers: Michael Montgomery and Stephen Smith
Editor: Deborah George
Coordinating Producer: Sasha Aslanian
Project Coordinator: Misha Quill
Production Assistants: Ellen Guettler, Samantha Kennedy, and Neil Tassoni
Mixing: Craig Thorson and Scott Liebers
Web Producer: Ochen Kaylan
Executive Producer: Bill Buzenberg


Produced in cooperation with PBS' Frontline and filmmaker Greg Barker.

Major funding for American RadioWorks. comes from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and the members of American Public Media. Additional funding for The Few Who Stayed was provided by the Open Society Institute and the Ploughshares Fund.

American RadioWorks is the national documentary unit of American Public Media.

Click here to listen to more great radio documentaries from American RadioWorks.
©2004 American Public Media

Critic Reviews

  • Best Documentary (Bronze Award), 2004 Third Coast International Audio Festival

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Belgium's Should Be Ashamed!

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

Yes, It shows how colonialism has had a affect on the modern World!

What was one of the most memorable moments of The Few Who Stayed?

How the West ignored the whole situation

Did the narration match the pace of the story?

Yes, It did.

If this book were a movie would you go see it?

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  • 09-14-04

Really opens your eyes

Normally I find it hard to stay 'interested' in this type of book ... however this one I couldn't turn off. Perfect length for me (51 minutes)and still managed to include enough detail to really paint the picture.

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