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Many situations and acts that are unacceptable need a stressor. Stressors are situations and/or events that lead to a devastating effect, like the Rwanda genocide. The tension between both the Hutu and Tutsi already existed; it merely had something to attain its breaking point -- even a stressor. On April 6, 1994, the plane that occupied Juvenal Habyarimana, President of Rwanda, along with Cyprien Ntaryamina, President of Burundi died because of unexplained circumstances. On the subsequent three weeks in Rwanda after the wreck carrying both Labour, mass killings started to occur. The kill depend escaladed radically leaving one million Rwandans dead and two million hunting refugee status among its neighbors: Zaire, Tanzania, and Burundi (Kellow and Steeves 1998). This stressor is a key contribution to the events which followed; the Rwandan Genocide. "The rise in anxiety and violence, the wide distribution of arms to civilians and militia, along with also the increasingly vehement anit-Tutsi propaganda broadcast from Radio Libre de Mille Collines, all signaled the growing effectiveness of cultural hatred" (Uvin 1998, 83-84). Ethnic hatred based on the hostility and segregation to some particular set, in this case the Tutsi. The usage of dread, rumor, and panic allowed the unsteady decrease of confidence between the Hutu and the Tutsi, which eventually escaladed to pure ethnic hatred (Kellow and Steeves, 1998; Straus, 2007; Uvin, 1998). The role of the media in the Rwandan genocide contributed to further hatred and violence among the Hutu and the Tutsi inhabitants. Among the ways information can be gotten throughout Rwanda that was easily available was through public broadcasting especially the radio. Through radio broadcasting it enables the public...