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Ethiopian Food

History of Ethiopia

Home of the oldest known human ancestor, Abyssinia was once one large country comprised of Ethiopia and Eritrea. The restaurant I visited was based on Ethiopian food. 460 more words

Interview with an Ethiopian-born Queer Woman: Hazel Thomas - Part 2

Hi family!

We were very pleased to see the number of readers for Part 1 of our interview with Hazel! We cannot thank you enough for the support you’ve shown to us thus far. 1,376 more words


Lambadina- Ethiopian Film

This was my first Ethiopian movie premiere. I came of my own volition; enticed by the premise of diaspora themes and assured by the film festival accolades. 738 more words


Interview with an Ethiopian-born Queer Woman: Hazel Thomas - Part 1

Happy Ethiopian New Year, fam! Today we are posting the first part of our interview with Hazel Thomas – a British Ethiopian queer woman who’s been very supportive and enthusiastic about sharing her story with fellow LGBTQ Ethiopians! 1,349 more words


Yetsom Beyaynetu @ Habesha

In Manchester for an Open Mic night recently, I decided to eat at this Ethiopian restaurant just off Canal Street. 243 more words

You are not alone.

D and I met a few years back in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia – the day I believed in love at first sight! There is always that perfect time, isn’t there? 643 more words


Return of the King.

As a first generation Ethiopian American I see my community aligning themselves not with the Ethiopia of the present but with the refuse of the Ethiopian Monarchy. 289 more words