An expose on destructive development “Dead Donkeys Fear No Hyenas” investigates the paradox of agricultural land acquisition in a food … More
Habesha’s are africans too.
Do it for the culture; wait, who’s culture?
As I get older, everything reminds me of a memory. The infectious laughter that consumed the men’s table apropos our … More
Deep in bereavement, I wrote this Frenzied Love piece as a mea culpa of sorts. I was inconsolable after my first … More
This was my first Ethiopian movie premiere. I came of my own volition; enticed by the premise of diaspora themes … More
As a first generation Ethiopian American I see my community aligning themselves not with the Ethiopia of the present but … More
Amid the deep economic, political and social debates surfacing in Ethiopia, FGE (“First Generation Ethiopians”) are severed from the discourse. … More
The informal title, I suspect came from a mix of family pains & being a history/gvt nerd.
The self-made Canadian songwriter, singer and impresario for Toronto’s hottest musical import crashes an Ethiopian (or Eritrean) wedding for his … More