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The American Spirit (Anne Heyman) #962035

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 31, 2010
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(Studio: Katie Couric) Report introduced.

(Kigali, Rwanda: Dave Price) The story of Jewish woman Anne Heyman††, who is helping the survivors of the holocaust in Rwanda, presented; scenes shown from Kigali, Rwanda, of a residential school {Agahozo Shalom††} for the orphans. [Genocide survivor Lambert KANAMUGIRE†- talks about the victims of genocide.] [Orphans Ignace NIKWIVUZE†, Rosette MUSHIMIYIMONO††- {thru translator} comment.] [HEYMAN - talks about the kids & repairing life; outlines the goal: there is no limit.] [Housemother Augusta MUKASENGOGA††- {thru translator} speaks about the children.]

Couric, Katie;
Price, Dave

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