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Many men I have spoken with talk about how they want to marry white women more than anything else. Some say that white people are wealthy, so it is smart to marry wealthy.

Others say it’s because they believe the children will be beautiful (and don’t even get me started on how they assume that all women want to bear dozens of children….) One man said that the white women he has met all seemed as though they would be kind and “disciplined,” whereas that is not what he expects of Rwandan women.

And I get angriest when Rwandan men tell me that more than anything they want a white wife.

For starters, many Rwandans seem to believe there’s no poverty in America.

I told him honestly, yes, there are racists in America. When asked to explain what I meant, I realized that the situation in the US is frighteningly reminiscent of the lead up to 1994 in Rwanda. There are certain ways of thinking that have been etched into the minds and memories of Americans that allow us to perceive different races in different ways, just as over time the Rwandan people were coerced into believing certain lies about Tutsis.

No matter how hard individuals might try to avoid racism, it still occurs up because it has been so strongly institutionalized.

_____ Recently I’ve found myself very frustrated in Rwanda.

And mostly when I get frustrated it’s because of discussions I’ve had with Rwandans.

Perhaps it’s my American pessimism getting the best of me, but I find myself getting irrationally angry at the idealistic assumptions Rwandans make about America.

Editor’s Note: The author is a junior at Gettysburg College.

This semester she is studying abroad in Kigali, Rwanda and has agreed to share some of her experiences and insights (as well as her frustrations) with the Scholars & Rogues community.

Because if you don’t do it yourself, then it’s not real success. Living in a new culture makes me question my own, which is healthy, I suppose. I just wish that America lived up to what non-Americans believe it to be.

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Perhaps it’s my American pessimism getting the best of me, but I find myself getting irrationally angry at the idealistic assumptions Rwandans make about America.

Editor’s Note: The author is a junior at Gettysburg College.

This semester she is studying abroad in Kigali, Rwanda and has agreed to share some of her experiences and insights (as well as her frustrations) with the Scholars & Rogues community.

Because if you don’t do it yourself, then it’s not real success. Living in a new culture makes me question my own, which is healthy, I suppose. I just wish that America lived up to what non-Americans believe it to be.

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So chances are if you are a survivor, your money could potentially go to someone who had a hand in killing your family.