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“Jewelry By Rosalina is one of the premier precious jewelry lines and is sold nationwide at Neiman Marcus and select specialty stores.”
“Indeed, it seems that the events or episodes in Rosalina's narrative of family history are linked not by chronological ordering but by relationships among people: recalling Nkavakava and Mangeke's relatives who stayed in Spelonken, Rosalina remembers her uncle's encounter with Malungana kin there; summoning up the names of Nkavakava's daughters prompts her to list their children as well.”
“Rosalina was one of only two interviewees who identified whitenesshaving the "belly of a mulungu" as the taunt that spurred her to be cut, and in Rosalina's case her status as the nsati (wife) of a Portuguese man probably lent the women's teasing an additional racial cast.”
“However, after it became clear that my broad questions about women's "way of life long ago" were failing to elicit enthusiastic responses, I tried a more direct approach one afternoon when Juliana hobbled over to join Rosalina and me as we sat outside Rosalina's hut near the end of our third interview.”
“For Rosalina's aunt Buxeni, the act of passing her name to her niece enabled her to voiceand, by voicing, commemorate and perhaps psychologically overcomea part of her experience that had caused her great unhappiness at her marital home, thus both ensuring that her memory would live on (as lesson) in Rosalina and protecting her niece by naming the cause of her sorrow.”
“Thus Rosalina is "Buxeni" (or any of her other birth or puberty names) principally in her recollections of experiences among her maternal relatives, wherever she may find them, and not in present-day Facazisse, where she has no immediate family and has been a part-time resident only since the early 1970s.”
“But this little girl called Rosalina passed away in 1920 and her body has been kept perfectly preserved in a tomb packed with mummies that was first used in the 16th century.”
“This piece was originally published at onBeing, and was written, produced, and edited by Robyn Carolyn Price, Rosalina Nieves, and Bethany Firnhaber, in conjunction with USC Knight Media and Religion and USC Annenberg.”
“Inside Rosalina's people sit in chairs awaiting their takeout like resigned prisoners.”
“Next to her an old man looks down at me, Rosalina's husband, a widower always nicer to us than he needed to be.”
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