Living Out Loud | Dec 21, 2012 | 24:58

Foreign Travel - Part 1

When Raffy Boudjikanian (BOO-JEE-CAR-NYAN) travelled to Turkey to sit among the ruins of the ancient hilltop town where his Armenian great grandfather used to live before being taken away to be killed, he expected to be angry. What he didn't expect was a question that suddenly sprung up and urgently needed an answer; "can I forgive?" Judy McFarlane travels to a village in Rwanda with a shipment of blankets made by women in Vancouver, home made blankets - that is if you can call prison a home.

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