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Ethiopia: The population challenge up close and personal

Ethiopia: The population challenge up close and personal

By Lisa Hymas, Grist.org: You don't need to go to a place like Ethiopia to get a firsthand look at population growth -- we can see its impacts all around us, from sprawling suburban subdivisions to crowded highways and mega-malls. But poor, developing countries like Ethiopia have their own kinds of population challenges, a big one being that many [...]

Gemini Healthcare Group’s 3RD ANNUAL FUNDRAISER 2010

Gemini Healthcare Group’s 3RD ANNUAL FUNDRAISER 2010

How We Can Succeed as a Community

How We Can Succeed as a Community

by Mahlet Endale,  BrownCondor.com: On Thursday July 15, 2010 Brown Condor  posted this piece by Meeraf Taddesse titled “The Price of Celebrity, Forgetting Your Own?”  In the article, Meeraf discusses how many successful people in our community do not seem to reach back to the community to bring others to success.  She also points out [...]

Thousands at Key Arena pay respects to victims of Saturday’s fatal fire

Thousands at Key Arena pay respects to victims of Saturday’s fatal fire

Source: The Seattle Times, An Ethiopian Orthodox Christian ceremony began with traditional chanting by religious leaders as a memorial service got under way Friday morning at Key Arena for the victims of last weekend's fatal fire in Fremont. A crowd of nearly 3,000 was expected to attend the event, many arriving by shuttle from Yesler Community [...]

A Devastating Fire kills 5, Shocks the Seattle Ethiopian Community

A Devastating Fire kills 5, Shocks the Seattle Ethiopian Community

Source: SeattleTimes A sleepover among cousins turned tragic Saturday when a fire broke out in a Fremont apartment, killing four children and their aunt, according to fire officials and friends of the family. Within minutes of the first report of the fire at 10:04 a.m., the two-story, three-bedroom unit in a complex at 334 N.W. 41st St. [...]