Directed by Ethiopian-Canadian filmmaker Tamara Mariam Dawit, Finding Sally brings a moving true story of Ethiopian history, politics, and family to public television audiences.
JTA reports that at Tsion Café in Harlem, visitors can order a vegetable injera, an Ethopian sourdough flatbread topped with vegetable, lentil and chickpea stews.
First, the stylish Emperor of Ethiopian, Haille Selassie, toured at the top of the Empire State Building, then Emperor Selassie drove uptown to crowds waving, from apartment buildings to the Continue Reading →
Sigd is a unique festival celebrated by Ethiopian Jews 49 days after Yom Kippur. The word Sigd in Ethiopic means “to worship” or loosely translated as “bowing”.
If a recent article by CBS online they’ve selected 3 of NYC’s 5 Best Ethiopian Restaurants are in Harlem – that makes Harlem king. For the best in Ethiopian food Continue Reading →
The new season of AfroPoP: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange premieres this spring with filmmaker Luchina Fisher’s Mama Gloria.