Ethiopia: Eulogy of a Poet

opinion By Addisalem Mulat (A bit about Solomom Deressa, 1937 – 2017, via his Brother’s mouth Berhane Deressa) In deference to Solomon’s Minnesotan friends and caregivers, who do not speak our language,... Read more »

‘Torn’ between Ethiopia and Israel: Second generation takes the stage – Israeli Culture

In the spring of 2015, Tamar Asankao was among those who took to the streets in protest over discrimination by society and especially police against Ethiopian Israelis. She marched with the hundreds... Read more »

Ethiopia: Cries of joy after abducted child reunites with parents – Ethiopia

Biniyam was only 5 when armed men abducted him from a traditional gold mining site in Gambella, Ethiopia and taken to war-torn South Sudan. His mother tried to stop the kidnapping but... Read more »

As Ethiopian olim trickle to Israel, many wonder when’s their turn – Israel News

When Sorafel Alamow, 22, immigrated to Israel from Ethiopia with his father and sister, he never dreamed that he would have to wait more than a decade for his five older... Read more »

Ethiopia: Everyday Is Mothers’ Day

analysis By Leulseged Worku (In remembrance of Mothers’ Day) “I think therefore I am” I think this is one of the best philosophical thoughts of Descartes the philosopher. He used this term... Read more »

VIDEO: 17-year-old refugee from Ethiopia meets South Bay foster mother after being caught up in Trump's travel ban –

Related Coverage   SAN JOSE (KRON) — A 17-year-old refugee from Ethiopia was finally able to meet her foster care mother In the South Bay. Her travels were initially canceled because of... Read more »

The brilliant artist who shot Beyoncé's maternity photos is Awol Erizku – Quartz

On the first day of US Black History Month, Beyoncé sent the world a digital Valentine in the form of an Instagram announcing that she and her husband Jay Z are expecting... Read more »

The regime in Ethiopia has lost any semblance of humanity –

Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn. Flickr photo By Alem Mamo “They killed my son, and they forced me to sit on his dead body while they were beating me.” If there is any... Read more »

How Sylvia Pankhurst became an ‘honorary Ethiopian’

Historian Richard Pankhurst’s mother, Sylvia Pankhurst, was one of Ethiopia’s most vocal supporters during the Second Italo-Ethiopian War writing to newspapers in defence of its sovereignty. (Getty Images) BBC News By James... Read more »

How suffragette Sylvia Pankhurst became an 'honorary Ethiopian' – BBC News

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Sylvia Pankhurst’s love of Ethiopia had its genesis in opposition to Italian colonialism Just inside the entrance of the Addis Ababa home of British historian Richard... Read more »