From both Irish and French descent, Léa Maguire lived her whole life in Paris, France. Currently student at Sciences Po Paris, a French school dedicated to the learning of social sciences, she always cultivated an interest in history at large. As an exchange student in the University of Washington for one year, Léa decided to focus on the history of the Pacific North West to open up her field of historical knowledge.
Tatiana Rusesabagina, best known for helping her husband Paul Rusesabagina in protecting 1,268 refugees in the Hotel des Milles Collines during the Rwandan genocide, was born as Tatiana Mukangamije on October 24, 1958 in Butare, Rwanda into a Tutsi family. She studied to become a nurse in the Rwandan city of Ruhengeri … Read MoreTatiana Rusesabagina (1958- )