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The Carlos Rosario School in partnership with Ethiopian Yellow Pages invites community members to its Voter Registration and Education Fair

The Carlos Rosario School in partnership with Ethiopian Yellow Pages invites community members to its Voter Registration and Education Fair

The Carlos Rosario School in partnership with Ethiopian Yellow Pages invites community members to its Voter Registration and Education Fair at 1100 Harvard Street NW. On September 27th, the School ...

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The 20th Edition Ethiopian Yellow Pages

The 20th Edition Ethiopian Yellow Pages

Welcome to the 20th Year Ethiopian Yellow Pages Special Edition !!! Greetings, First and foremost on behalf of the Ethiopian Yellow Pages and its staff, I would like to start by saying ...

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A Poem for Ethiopia By Andrew Laurence

January 9, 2017
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In light of the ongoing political crisis in Ethiopia and the Black Lives Matter protests in America, I am reminded of the famous poem “Ode to Ethiopia” by one of the greatest and most distinguished African American literary writers in American history – Paul Laurence Dunbar. Dunbar achieved a national reputation as America’s foremost...

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William Ellis: Ex-Slave Delivers First American Treaty with Ethiopia By Andrew Laurence

November 1, 2016
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  Born into slavery in Victoria, Texas, William Ellis’s prospects in life would have seemed quite dim to say the least considering that blacks were considered chattel property to be sold and exchanged in the marketplace. As slavery ended, many obstacles still remained for Ellis and all other black people in America. Black Codes...

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Ethiopians in India by Andrew Laurence

August 10, 2016
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Much is known and has been written about the Atlantic slave trade and the movement of West African peoples to the Americas, but little is known about the slave trade, military and sea-faring history of East Africans to the Middle East and Asian countries. The earliest of East Africans to voyage across the Arabian...

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Ethiopian and Afro-Caribbean Relations

May 15, 2016
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Ethiopian and Afro-Caribbean Relations By Andrew Laurence “All peoples of African descent whether they live in North or South America, the Caribbean or in other parts of the world, are Africans and belong to the African nation.” – Kwame Nkrumah   Much has been written extensively about Ethiopian and African American relations revealing little...

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Janet Harmon Bragg: Mother to Ethiopian Students in America

March 18, 2016
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  Janet Harmon Bragg: Mother to Ethiopian Students in America By Andrew Laurence  - andrew@ethiopianculture.org  When Emperor Haile Selassie returned from exile in England and noticed that the Italian attempt to colonize Ethiopia had massacred the majority of the most educated Ethiopians, he decided to send many promising students to America for study in...

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Black History Month and Ethiopia

February 11, 2016
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Black History Month and Ethiopia By Andrew Laurence Black History Month evolved from Negro History Week which was established in 1926 by the Harvard trained historian Dr. Carter G. Woodson. Due to a lack of information about the history of Africa and the African Diaspora in American textbooks, Black Americans had to take it...

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