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Posts Tagged ‘Ethiopian American’

Loving Black Until it Loves Me Back

Loving Black Until it Loves Me Back

// I don’t know about you but every time I see black I get excited.  My black boots, black leather jacket, my jet-black hair, and black people! The color black has always represented beauty, power, and resilience to me.  This mentality has helped to boost my self-confidence but it has also hurt my relationship with other [...]

5th Ethiopian Diaspora Business Forum & Exhibition to Open in D.C

5th Ethiopian Diaspora Business Forum & Exhibition to Open in D.C

From: Tadias.com – The 5th Annual Ethiopian American Business Forum & Exhibition is scheduled to take place in the nation’s capital this weekend. The conference – a joint project between U.S. government agencies and private companies – aims to foster new business relationships between Diaspora investors and entrepreneurs operating in [...]

The Young and the Hopeless

The Young and the Hopeless

From; Browncondor.com: I am so proud to be Ethiopian! I hear this from every Ethiopian I know which also makes me to consider other aspects of my culture and country.  The thought that my culture and its historical stories will not be preserved scares me, if not downright petrifying the hell out of me.  It is very easy for most Ethiopians to [...]

Ethiopian Man charged for molesting woman during burglary

Ethiopian Man charged for molesting woman during burglary

KINGSTON - Police arrested an Edwardsville man on charges he entered a Penn Street residence and molested a woman. Tewodros Melese Alemu, 25, of Beverly Drive, a native of Ethiopia, was charged with burglary, criminal trespass, harassment and indecent assault. He was arraigned in Wilkes-Barre Central Court on Tuesday and jailed at the Luzerne [...]

From the fields of Ethiopia to Cornell

From the fields of Ethiopia to Cornell

(From: Gazette.net) Wheaton senior one of six county students to win Gates Scholarship. Wheaton High senior Leuk Woldeyohannes has been around medicine all his life. As a young boy growing up in Ethiopia, he visited rural hospitals in Africa's vast countryside with his parents, both doctors performing charity medical work. And when his [...]

TsehaiNY on Brown Condor Radio

TsehaiNY on Brown Condor Radio

From: BrownCondor.com Time:  Monday, May 17th, 8:30 PM EST Tsehai means sun in Amharic.  These days, a lot of Tsehai is being spread in New York and beyond.  Let me introduce you to Berhan and Tiberah Tsehai, two siblings that started TsehaiNY.com.  TsehaiNY.com is one of the most powerful Ethiopian related websites.  What originally [...]

Unsatisfied With My 9 – 5

Unsatisfied With My 9 – 5

A Black Woman's Plight Inside the Corporate World “…I cannot ignore my inner conscious which is saying there is something better, outside of my cubicle.” -Mimi Ashenafi Early on my parents have been expressive about the path I should take to fulfilling the American dream. It involves finishing college, working, and becoming a [...]