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No Place Like It: Mengetsu’s “Home At Last”

People have ties to their roots.  Their hometowns give them pride.  They have loyalty because place becomes a part of people. Dinaw Mengetsu’s essay, “Home At Last,” describes a different experience.  He actively finds a place to call home because … Continue reading

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