2010 Speaker Series: Immaculee Ilibagiza
When: Friday, February 5, 2010
Where: The Anylan Center (TAC) Auditorium
Yale University's African American Affinity group welcomed Immaculee Ilibagiza, a survivor of the Rwandan Genocide. Immaculee share the story and her miraculous transition into forgiveness and a profound relationship with God.
"Hello, My children and I went to listen to Immaculee's presentation last Friday night. We were so taken by the entire presentation. We bought both of her books. Needless to say, I read Led by Faith on Saturday. I am waiting for my daughter to finish reading Left to Tell so that I can read it. What an inspiring presentation! You ran out of comment cards, so I wanted to let you know how great the night was for the three of us. Please let me know about other presentations you are offering. Thank you."
“Very inspirational & fitting during these emotional times” - Annette Meyers
“Touching and profound” - Diane Visconti
“More stories of faith, please! This was one of the most inspiring tales I've ever heard.” - Andrea Smith