Ethiopian Heritage Society in North America (EHSNA) Announces Third Executive Committee Election Results, Releases Community Agendas

For Immediate Release – January 11, 2011

EHSNA Election Results

The Ethiopian Heritage Society in North America (EHSNA) recently conducted an election for the third time in its history to members of its Executive Committee (EC). The elections were held for seven committee officers including: President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Public Relations Officer, Business Manager, and Events Coordinator. Here are the results as follows:

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Honorees of the Second Ethiopian Heritage Festival – EHSNA PR

For Immediate Release – July 18, 2012

Ethiopian Heritage Society of North America

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Honorees of the Second Ethiopian Heritage Festival

Archbishop, Journalists to be honored:

  • Ethiopian Free press Journalist for reporting the truth, corruption, and the human rights condition in Ethiopia at great personal sacrifice and risk; and,
  • An Ethiopian Archbishop, Abune Melkesedek, who calls for Ethiopian Muslims and Christians to cooperate and stand shoulder to shoulder to stand against undue religious interference by the government of Ethiopia. The bishop also stood for the rights of women and girls to sing in the choirs of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church.

These are among those who will be primarily honored, celebrated, and remembered at the upcoming Ethiopian Heritage Second annual Festival to be held from Friday, July 27, through Sunday, July 29, 2012 at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. Read More

 

Honorees of the Second Ethiopian Heritage Festival – EHSNA PR

For Immediate Release – July 18, 2012

Ethiopian Heritage Society of North America

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Honorees of the Second Ethiopian Heritage Festival

Archbishop, Journalists to be honored:

  • Ethiopian Free press Journalist for reporting the truth, corruption, and the human rights condition in Ethiopia at great personal sacrifice and risk; and,
  • An Ethiopian Archbishop, Abune Melkesedek, who calls for Ethiopian Muslims and Christians to cooperate and stand shoulder to shoulder to stand against undue religious interference by the government of Ethiopia. The bishop also stood for the rights of women and girls to sing in the choirs of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church.

These are among those who will be primarily honored, celebrated, and remembered at the upcoming Ethiopian Heritage Second annual Festival to be held from Friday, July 27, through Sunday, July 29, 2012 at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. Read More

 

2nd Annual Ethiopian Heritage Festival in Washington DC, July 27 – 29 – Press Release

Second Ethiopian Heritage Festival to Focus on Family and Ethiopian Youngsters

Since last year’s Ethiopian Heritage Festival was such an unqualified success, the festival sponsor, the Ethiopian Heritage Society of North America (EHSNA), feels assured in its promise that this year the festival will be even bigger and better than the last.

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2nd Annual Ethiopian Heritage Festival in Washington DC, July 27 – 29 – Press Release

Second Ethiopian Heritage Festival to Focus on Family and Ethiopian Youngsters

Since last year’s Ethiopian Heritage Festival was such an unqualified success, the festival sponsor, the Ethiopian Heritage Society of North America (EHSNA), feels assured in its promise that this year the festival will be even bigger and better than the last.

Read more2nd Annual Ethiopian Heritage Festival in Washington DC, July 27 – 29 – Press Release

Ethiopian Diaspora Organizations Collaborate and Cooperate on Sports and Heritage Events – EHSNA PR

Ethiopian Diaspora Organizations Show Solidarity

In a show of solidarity that is common and expected in the Ethiopian Diaspora community, the Ethiopian Heritage Society of North America (EHSNA) has agreed to defer its Ethiopian Heritage Festival so that it does not conflict with the sporting events being promoted by the Ethiopian Sports Federation of North America (ESFNA).

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Ethiopian Diaspora Organizations Collaborate and Cooperate on Sports and Heritage Events – EHSNA PR

Ethiopian Diaspora Organizations Show Solidarity

In a show of solidarity that is common and expected in the Ethiopian Diaspora community, the Ethiopian Heritage Society of North America (EHSNA) has agreed to defer its Ethiopian Heritage Festival so that it does not conflict with the sporting events being promoted by the Ethiopian Sports Federation of North America (ESFNA).

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