There are not enough words to describe what transpired on September 25, 2011 in New York City before, during and after the gathering with His Excellency President Isaias Afwerki.
The festive-charged environment was indescribable and the event was a smashing success. The collection of Eritreans gathered covered the gamete. They came in droves from Florida after driving eighteen hours. Minnesota drove over 21 hours. Chicago 14. Grand Rapids Michigan drove over ten hours. From Edmonton Canada people drove for two days and Toronto drove for over ten hours. People drove from everywhere. Those that flew in from the West Coast and Europe came to Washington DC and boarded onto buses to New York with those that gathered from everywhere. Continue reading Eritreans in New York→
Today, New York City has been rocked by something extraordinary. Most New Yorkers were forced to ask themselves if they have missed the day’s breaking news after baffled to find all roads to the Manhattan Center, one of New York’s most elegant and versatile special event destinations, has been shut down for sometime.