Three generations of a Rwandan family sing a happy song, and the children jump to the beat. The woman in the center plays the inanga harp. The traditional social unit in Rwanda is the family, and several households with blood ties form a kinship guided by an elder male. This family structure was shattered by the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsis, and today many who were then orphaned struggle to recreate bonds with siblings and extended family members.

Dimensions: 32" x 21"

Price: $700

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