Columnists
Tamara Mariam Dawit. Image: Screenshot from Finding Sally
June Chua | "Finding Sally," a documentary film directed by Tamara Mariam Dawit, takes viewers on a journey through Ethiopia's violent history.
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Image: Catbird Films and Tamara Dawit. Used with permission.
David Peck | During the Ethiopian Revolution, almost every family lost a loved one. Tamara Dawit, director of the film "Finding Sally," talks about her quest to piece together the life of her aunt Sally.
Blog
Image: PMO/Adam Scotti
Gerry Caplan | Canadians may not yet have seen through Mr. Trudeau's theatrics. But the shrewd Chinese clearly have.
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Yves Engler | Where does Trudeau stand on Ethiopian repression? He can start by reversing his government's near total silence about recent repression in the African country.
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Hermon Hailay and Max Conil and The Price of Love
Face2Face | Listen in today as Hermon and Chris talk about their film "The Price of Love," about film-making in Ethiopia, relationships and what makes us better human beings.
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Africafiles, Heather Yundt | Awra Amba, a community in northern Ethiopia, has rejected aid and embraced equality for more than 40 years.
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Redeye Collective | Ethiopia boasts one of the strongest economies in Africa. But this comes at a heavy price for the country's farmers.
News
Yves Engler | The 2006 U.S./Ethiopia invasion of Somalia has spiraled into ever more foreign intervention/local radicalization, which has caused a great deal of human suffering.
Podcast
Jane Williams | Semhal Getachew is a women's rights lawyer from Ethiopia. She was one of the speakers at an International Women's Day forum organized in Vancouver.