BAYANGA, CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC—
Louis Sarno first came to the Central African Republic (CAR) from the United States 27 years ago to study and record the music of the Pygmies in the southwest corner of the country. But after the work was done, he decided to stay, and has lived in the village life ever since. VOA East Africa Correspondent Gabe Joselow met up with Sarno near the town of Bayanga to hear his story.
American Lives with Pygmies in CAR