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In 1994, Rwanda was plunged into a murderous frenzy. In just three months, more than 800,000 Rwandans, mostly from the Tutsi minority, were massacred by members of the Hutu majority. Some Hutus risked their lives to help the Tutsis, despite being executed for it. Others, on the other hand, lived to tell about it. Who are these heroes? Why did they make this decision? How they did it? Meet the women and men who demonstrated humanity in the darkest hours of the genocide.