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2008 One Book One Community Event

On Thursday, July 31, Immaculeť Ilibagiza, author of the One Book One Community selection Left to Tell: Discovering God Amidst the Rwandan Holocaust, addressed community readers during a free public event at LSU’s Cox Communications Academic Center for Student Athletes. Ilibagiza discussed her experience surviving the Rwandan holocaust in 1994

The event was held by One Book One Community and the LSU Summer Reading Program.

One Book One Community is a community-wide reading program covering nine parishes surrounding the Greater Baton Rouge area. The program, kicked off on June 7 by Mayor-President Kip Holden, creates a citywide book club that aims to use a common reading experience as the motivation for the intellectual and cultural exchange of dialogue and ideas in order to raise awareness and visibility about a relevant global or community issue.

Jim Zietz | Senior Photographer | LSU Office of Public Affairs
Summer 2008

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