Sankofa brought out many issues.
It is here that she finds her roots.
The non-profit was established after “the tragedy of a car accident in 1984 which took the life of an Ethiopian immigrant in Chicago,” which “sparked ECAC’s founding members to establish the association.”
During her journey she received a little bird from the man she loved.
The Ethiopian Community Association of Chicago will host its 33rd Anniversary Benefit Dinner on Saturday, May 13, 2017 at ECAC’s Community Center (1730 E Greenleaf Ave). Organizers share that the festivities will feature guest speakers, live entertainment and an Ethiopian dinner.
The stories and bios of women who led the Movement.
New York (TADIAS) — Members of the Ethiopian community residing in New York City will be hosting a new year (Enkutatash) celebration on September 10th, 2016, which includes a family-friendly evening program. While the program organizers have modified the celebration by cancelling the music and entertainment program, the Enkutatash/New Year will still be observed at Riverside Church with dinner.
Story of the Selma march with many photos.
If You Go:
The Nile Project 2016 Tour
Friday, September 16, 2016 at 3:00 PM
Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Appel Room
10 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10019