Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni gives a speech in Wobulenzi in the Luwero Triangle. The President has put reconcilliation above retribution for the country's past massacres. Perhaps a million Ugandans were killed in the last two decades. Photo by Mary Jane Camejo
A typical market on the outskirts of Kampala. Photo by Mary Jane Camejo
Election day for the Consituent Assembly in Kampala, Uganda. Elections, courts and other bonds of democracy are being strengthened in Uganda after two decades of murder and unrest. Photo by Mary Jane Camejo
The Nile Hotel, formerly Nile Mansions, the site of former toture chambers under Idi Amin and Milton Dbote. The hotel has been renovated, much as Ugandans are trying to remodel their past. Photo by Mary Jane Camejo
Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni, shown at his farm in southeast Uganda, declared a general amnesty instead of trying to punish the murderes of up to a million Ugandans in the past twenty years. He has been able to re-institute the rule of law, but Uganda's failure to hold those responsible for the past affects today's uneasy peace. Photo by Mary Jane Camejo