When we first tried to list the victims of Meleaku Tefera few years back,
we were trying simply to remember our friends, brothers and sisters killed on the eve of the court verdict. Little did we think then that Meleaku could go one day free! Well, we were wrong! Meleaku and his friends are being released as we speak of. Regardless the merits of the EPRDF decision to release these people we think the families of the victims deserve an apology from the derge officials being released! And incase Meleaku has forgotten the names he can start with this
list. We also hope TPLF will give the list of all the victims of Hawzien to Legesse Asefaw!
Tigrai Community of Washington DC Metro Area and friends held memorial service for fallen artist/tegadelty of Tigrai Police Orchestra. The residents raised about $26000 dollars towards the Artists memorial fund!
Tigrai Community of Columbus Ohio and friends held memorial service for fallen artist/tegadelty of Tigrai Police Orchestra. The residents raised about $6100 dollars towards the Artists memorial fund so far!
Las Vegas Tigrean community residents held memorial service for fallen artist/tegadelty of Tigrai Police Orchestra. The residents raised about $10,000 dollars towards the Artists memorial fund
Vaughan girl delivers pencils
Since 2005, Maple resident Hannah Godefa, then seven years old, has been on a mission to collect pencils for children in Ethiopia.
Now 13, Hannah just finished delivering 400,000 pencils to children in her family’s country of origin, something she says she will never forget.
The Consulate General of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia announces a memorial service in honor of the nine members of the Tigray National Regional State Police Musical Troupe on 10/15/2011 3:00pm - 6:00pm at “Little Ethiopia Cultural Center” 1241 S. Fairfax, LA, CA 90019. We invite all Ethiopians and Ethiopians by origin to join us for this very special event honoring these heroes and heroines.
Memorial for Artists Toronto
Saturday October 15, 2011
Place: 125 Broadview avenue (St.Michael church)
Organizing committee in Toronto