KINIJIT LEADERSHIP DELEGATION TO MARCH FOR DEMOCRACY AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN ETHIOPIA – Ad Hoc Coordinating Committee

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Washington, DC, Tuesday 11 September 2007 – The Council for Celebration of Ethiopian Millennium extended an invitation to Kinijit Leadership Delegation and the Leadership has wholeheartedly accepted the invitation to march along side supporters of Democracy and Human Rights in Ethiopia. (more…)

Washington, DC, Tuesday 11 September 2007 – The Council for Celebration of Ethiopian Millennium extended an invitation to Kinijit Leadership Delegation and the Leadership has wholeheartedly accepted the invitation to march along side supporters of Democracy and Human Rights in Ethiopia.

Ad Hoc Coordinating Committee for the

Coalition for Unity and Democracy Party “CUDP” Leadership
Delegation Visit to the US

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For immediate release September 11, 2007

Washington, DC, Tuesday 11 September 2007 – The Council for Celebration of Ethiopian Millennium extended an invitation to Kinijit Leadership Delegation and the Leadership has wholeheartedly accepted the invitation to march along side supporters of Democracy and Human Rights in Ethiopia.

Date: Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2007
Time: 12:00 noon
Location: In front of Congress (US Capitol Hill Ground)
For more Information, please call: 202-431-4670

  1. chaltu
    | #1

    Ethiopians, Ethiopian/Americans,let your voice be heard loud and clear in the Capitol Hill.

    Shout “Let my people go,Democracy and Human Rights for the rights and democracy hungry Ethiopian People Now!!!

    We are with you in spirit Prof Almariam and all organizers!

    CW

  2. JAKOB SOLOMON
    | #2

    Prof.Alemayehu Gebre Mariam -ye EThiopia yekurt ken Lij-Keep Up your great work.We’re PROUD OF YOU Sir.you are doing a SUPERB JOB ~!

  3. sara
    | #3

    professor Alemayehu gebre Mariam…ewnetgna ye ethiopia lij neh…thank you! thank you!

  4. Chaltu D. U.
    | #4

    I hope all will go out in Solidarity and March on Washington to declare that Ethiopians are for and about – Democracy, Justice & Peace. That we all are marching against injustice, hatred and division that we stand for unity in diversity and not in ethnic sepratism.

    We all are Ethiopians that cherish our cultural, religious differences with respect knowing that we are ONE country built of many diverse people who will continue to live together by laying the foundations for justice and the rule of law, to bring around peace that would allow us to build the tenent of Democracy. We will do that by educating and communincating with each other and cooperating amongst ourselves, not necessarily as one unified organization but as a movement of people fighting injustice and tyranny.

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