Immaculée Ilibagiza was born in Rwanda and studied electronic and mechanical engineering at the National University. She lost most of her family during the 1994 genocide. Four years later, she emigrated to the United States and began working at the United Nations in New York City. She is now a full-time public speaker and writer. In 2007 she established the Left to Tell Charitable Fund, which helps support Rwandan orphans.
Immaculée holds honorary doctoral degrees from The University of Notre Dame and Saint John’s University, and was awarded The Mahatma Gandhi International Award for Reconciliation and Peace 2007. She is the author, with Steve Erwin, of LEFT TO TELL: Discovering God Amidst the Rwandan Holocaust.
this was a gift for my mom and she loves it. she reads a lot of books and now she is reading this to her ss class.Published 17 days ago by karan bundrick
If you are going to only read one book this year this should be it. The only other book I would recommend would be the first book by Immaculee. That book is Left to Tell. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Life as we know it
A must read book ! Having visited Rwanda and seen the genocide memorials makes it even more compelling. The author's story should be a reminder to everyone that life is fragile.Published 3 months ago by LA Becky
An awesome faith inspiring book. I pray my faith grows stronger everyday. I hope we all constantly show love to all others.Published 3 months ago by Brown Angel
It is a great story of faith surviving in the toughest of circumstances. Our lady of kiebho is another must-read by her.Published 3 months ago by W. Sayre