The Beauty of the Battle of Adwa

Tsegaye Tegenu, PhD 2021-02-25 Beauty is interpreted differently. Often it refers to physical characteristics that provides pleasure to senses. From this perspective, war is ugly because it causes death, injuries, and destruction.…

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The Addis Ababa Massacre of February 19, 1937*

This Date in Black History: Ethiopia (By A. Alemayehu) Long before the resistance of Palestinians against Israeli occupation, even longer than the resistance of the French against Nazi occupation, Ethiopians have led…

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1967-74: Ethiopia’s Student Movement

Ethiopia’s Student Movement By Reddebrek Jan 17 2017 The absolute regime of Emperor Haile Selassie was first challenged by university students. Ethiopian students protest against Emperor Selaisse’s regime, 1967-1974 After World War…

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Abyot – The Lost Revolution

Abyot – The Lost Revolution I ran across a series of remarkable documents on Wikileaks that reveal a fascinating moment when both the Derg and US imperialism were taking action to suppress the radicalization…

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EPRP vs. Meison, 1978

April 23, 2016 Below I am pleased to reprint an editorial from Abyot, the English-language publication of the Study, Publication and Information Center of the Foreign Committee of the Ethiopian Peoples’ Revolutionary Party, from…

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Adwa Victory Celebrations 2021

February 8, 2021 by Tsehafi Taezaz The 5th Annual RasTafari Nation march celebrating the 124th Anniversary of the Victory at Adwa was convened on 2 March 2020 in Cape Town, Menelik Square…

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List of Ethiopian Kings | Haile Selassie I lineage

February 22, 2020 by Tsehafi Taezaz List of Ethiopian Kings by H.I.H. Tafari Makonnen,  June 19, 1922 Published in: “In The Country of The Blue Nile” by C.F. Rey, F.R.G.S., Commander of the Order of…

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