Immaculee' Ilibagiza survived the 1994 Rwandan holocaust and has been hailed as a 20th century Ann Frank.  She and seven other women survived 90 days crammed into a seven square foot bathroom while more than a million others were massacred by government troops.

New York Times "Best Seller" Iilbagiza will be in Lafayette at Barnes and Noble this evening from 5:00 til 6:30 signing copies of all of her books.  While in town she is also promoting her upcoming conference at the Cajundome March 16th and 17th.  A screening of her new documentary "If Only We Had Listened" will be shown at the Episcopal Church of the Ascension.  Visit immaculee.com for more information.

The interview is a very moving and you can listen to the entire interview here: