Posts Tagged “ethiopia”


Ethiopians call for state funeral for Richard Pankhurst

Ethiopians call for state funeral for Richard Pankhurst

Ethiopians yesterday called for a state funeral to be bestowed on Richard Pankhurst, scion of Britain’s celebrated suffragette family and for many decades Ethiopia’s most stalwart Western champion.

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Rastafari Roots and Culture tours to Ethiopia

Rastafari Roots and Culture tours to Ethiopia

The “Rastafari Roots & Culture Tour” is for anyone who is interested in the Rastafari movement in Ethiopia.

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Enkutatash – Ethiopian New Year

Enkutatash – Ethiopian New Year

Ithiopia still follows the Orthodox Julian calendar which consists of 12 months of 30 days and a 13th month, Pagume, of five or six days, depending on whether or not it is a leap year.

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The Battle of Adwa – March 2nd 1896

The Battle of Adwa – March 2nd 1896

Ethiopia was the only African country that was still completely free from European domination at the end of the 19th Century. This does not mean that no European country had tried to take over Ethiopia.

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Biblical References to Ethiopia

Biblical References to Ethiopia

Ethiopia is largely mentioned in the Bible.

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Ethiopia links

Ethiopia links

List of links about Ethiopia (general, Ethiopian Embassies, Ethiopian Orthodoxy)

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Electronic edition of “My Life and Ethiopia’s Progress – The Autobiography of Emperor Haile Sellassie I”

Electronic edition of “My Life and Ethiopia’s Progress – The Autobiography of Emperor Haile Sellassie I”

The “Rastafari Live” site is making ” My Life and Ethiopia’s Progress -the Autobiography of Emperor Haile Sellassie I ” available on-line at this address: http://rastafarilive.com/autobiography-1/index.htm

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How Armenian Genocide orphans sparked a revolution in Ethiopian music

How Armenian Genocide orphans sparked a revolution in Ethiopian music

A new documentary called Tezeta (The Ethiopian Armenians) discusses the Armenian-Ethiopian connection.

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Lidät – the Rastafarian Christmas – by Masimba Musodza

Lidät – the Rastafarian Christmas – by Masimba Musodza

Tradition has it that Balthasar, one of the Three Kings, was from Ethiopia, and is often depicted as a Black man even in the West.

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Review of the talk by Dr Robbie Shilliam

Review of the talk by Dr Robbie Shilliam

On Wednesday 22nd July Dr Robbie Shilliam delivered a researched paper on the Ethio-Italian conflict that precipitated World War II.

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“When Britain Loved RasTafari: Englishness, Britishness and Ethiopianism”

“When Britain Loved RasTafari: Englishness, Britishness and Ethiopianism”

At talk given by Dr. Robbie Shilliam: Reader in International Relations at Queen Mary University of
London to the Anglo-Ethiopian Society and guests at SOAS, London UK, 22nd July 2015

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Voice of Ethiopia | Issue 7

Voice of Ethiopia | Issue 7

OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE ETHIOPIAN WORLD FEDERATION, Inc

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Voice of Ethiopia | Issue 6

Voice of Ethiopia | Issue 6

OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE ETHIOPIAN WORLD FEDERATION, Inc

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Victory Day – Miyazya 27 2001 / May 5th 2009

Victory Day – Miyazya 27 2001 / May 5th 2009

Photo report from 2009 Anniversary of the Victory Day in Addis Ababa at Megabit Hiya Sabat Square, with the many living Patriarchs and Matriarchs of both the Ethio-Italian War and the Korean War.

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