Ethiopia : new book about True origins of Oromos and Amharas

Ethiopia : new book about True origins of Oromos and Amharas

July 25,2016 San Francisco based Ethiopian Fikre Tolossa, who is a university professor, is not a new name to Ethiopians abroad or in Ethiopia. He is a playwright, poet and author, among other things. In addition to Ethiopian languages and English, he speaks fluent German and has taught Folklore in German Universities. He has authored […]

The best books on Ethiopia : start your reading here

The best books on Ethiopia : start your reading here

The Guardian May 1,2015 Our literary tour of Ethiopia covers the traumatic overthrow of the monarchy and the bloody revolution that followed, taking in past and present, fact and fiction Cutting for Stone by Abraham Verghese In 1954, a young Indian nun working at a mission hospital in Addis Ababa dies while giving birth to […]

A Writer of ‘Timely and Universal’ Subjects

A Writer of ‘Timely and Universal’ Subjects

The Boston College Chronicle By Rosanne Pellegrini Published: March 26, 2015 Acclaimed and award-winning Ethiopian-American writer Dinaw Mengestu, whose works chronicle the African diaspora in America, will visit Boston College on April 8. His appearance, sponsored by Fiction Days, the Lowell Humanities Series and African and African Diaspora Studies, will include an informal Q&A session […]

A Journey to the Roots of Rastafari

A Journey to the Roots of Rastafari

Trafford Publishing “A Journey to the Roots of Rastafari” is a book By Abba Yahudah. The author is African Jamaican and a feminist.You may click here to learn more about the author Ethiopia accepted Christianity as her sovereign faith after being a Judaic nation for centuries before Christ. Her political seat being the Throne of […]

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