by Rod McCullom onAugust 31, 2012
Rod McCullom writes in a piece for Ebony that the death of Prime Minister Meles Zenawi means little for the future of the African nation.
by Lynette Holloway onAugust 21, 2012
He died at a hospital abroad after months of declining health.
by Linda Villarosa onJuly 27, 2012
The continent hasn't done everything right, but America should take note of these strategies.
by Charlayne Hunter-Gault onJune 18, 2012
Charlayne Hunter-Gault went there with media advocates to urge the release of jailed journalists.
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by Dayo Olopade onDecember 26, 2009
The latest botched act of terrorism raises important questions about U.S. competence in guarding against terror, and yet another American effort to build an important relationship with a fragile, unstable country.
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Ethiopian troops entered the town of Beledweyne to help subdue Islamist forces...
by Saaret E. Yoseph onJanuary 6, 2009
Traveling to my parents' native Ethiopia, I thought I left racial tensions back in the U.S. I was wrong.
by Saaret E. Yoseph onDecember 23, 2008
To my mother and father, both immigrants from Ethiopia, St. Nick was an outlandish icon of someone else's Christmas. By the time my sister and I came into the picture—bona fide, American children—they made certain allowances. My parents jumped on the jingle-bells bandwagon to appease their children, but Santa slipups were almost inevitable.
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