To Dine with the Blameless Ethiopians
This is the inspiring story of how one young person’s travels in Southern Africa, as a Bahá'í youth service volunteer, became a journey of unexpected self-discovery.
In this, her first book, Kemba Saran Mazloomian vividly conveys a sense of her own transformation, and how the challenge of taking the healing message of Bahá’u’lláh to a society divided by prejudice revealed to her the deeper meanings of the oneness of humanity.
Kemba’s engaging voice speaks to the reader as if to a close companion on her adventures. We see how the knowledge she acquired – of the world, and of herself – became a new source of strength and confirmation, and helped her redefine her identity as a woman, as a African-American, and as a Bahá'í.
Author: Kemba Mazloomian.
Format: Softcover book, 106 pages.
Publisher: Bahá'í Publishing Trust of the UK, 1996.