Turkey's African roots
Esat Sezar, left, sits with a friend in his village near Izmir. Esat, who worked across Turkey in the hospitality industry, regards himself solely as Turkish. He's traced his family tree back to the village he was born in. Naıme Köyü is a mixed village of Afro-Turk and non Afro-Turk, where Esat’s 106-year-old mother says she remembers the declaration of the Turkish republic in 1923.