Could you forgive the unforgivable? Eight years after the Rwandan genocide, only 5,000 had confessed to crimes of killing neighbors and friends. Six months later, more than 32,000 confessed and were fully reconciled with surviving victims. What changed? Come hear an exclusive interview with Bishop Rucyahana from Rwanda and his groundbreaking Umuvumu Tree Project that has restored communities of perpetrators and victims, including a response by Elazar Barkan, professor at SIPA.