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These 9 women represent the 9 official tribes of Eritrea. They each have different languages they speak, music they play, clothes they wear, foods that are seen as special, customs they keep sacred, and culture that has been passed down from generation to generation. They are NOT the same.We live in the 21st century. Its time to stop with the Africa is a country, do you speak African blah blah bs. Africa is a diverse continent and the world needs to know that!

erifresh: “ These 9 women represent the 9 official ethnic groups of Eritrea. They each have different languages they speak, music they play, clothes they wear, foods that are seen as special ( yes its.

Rashaida Bride & Groom by Carol

Rashaida people are nomadic Arabic-speaking people of Bedouin Arab ethnicity living predominantly in the scattered areas in western and nort.

TRIP DOWN MEMORY LANE: RASHAIDA PEOPLE: THE ANCIENT BEDOUIN ARABS OF AFRICA AND ERITREA`S ONLY REMAINING NOMADIC ETHNIC GROUP

Rashaida people are nomadic Arabic-speaking people of Bedouin Arab ethnicity living predominantly in the scattered areas in western and nort.

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Traditional, dramatic and colorful : Maasai girls, Kenya, Africa.

A Somali mother and her young child receive treatment at a mother and child healthcare centre in Bossaso migration centre for IDPs and refugees.  © UNHCR / M. Deghati / August 2009

A Somali mother and her young child receive treatment at a mother and child healthcare centre in Bossaso migration centre for IDPs and refugees.

Florilège: MARIO GERTH - PHOTOGRAPHE - ALLEMAGNE

the striking hamar girl with the chestnut eyes / ethiopia by Mario Gerth

Orthodox Pilgrim At Timkat Festival, Lalibela, Ethiopia | by Eric Lafforgue

Orthodox Pilgrim At Timkat Festival, Lalibela, Ethiopia | by Eric Lafforgue

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