The complexities of a mother-daughter relationship in the Eritrean diaspora
I retrieved several notes centered on love and life inspired by my travels throughout Eritrea in the summer of 2014. Some were written in hindsight.
An impromtu family photo shoot in the countryside fourteen years later.
A foreigner and a handsome local meet at a dress shop. The foreigner requests a custom-made outfit. The local is a garment worker at the shop and now assigned to make the dress. What will happen once they lock eyes?
I refer to the head of the National Association of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities in Eritrea on a first name basis. It only took one conversation to realize that Kiflay genuinely cares about this special population in Eritrea.
Part 2 of tips aimed to guide diaspora in Maekel Ketema – [the neighborhood] in the African city that never sleeps.