We have to pretend as if the first thing we thought about in the morning wasn’t suicide.
The Ethiopian government is determined to commit genocide and expects the world to remain quiet as it does so. Naturally, regimes look for scapegoats to mobilize...
The United Nations Human Rights Council (HRC) is convening today a special session on the grave human rights situation in Ethiopia. The EHRC is opposing, among...
In this episode of Tghat Forum, Teklehaymanot Weldemichel sat down with Teklay Gebremichael to discuss his latest opinion article titled “Inventing hell: How the Ethiopian and...
Bethany Jackson Canfield shares her journey of standing in solidarity with the Tigrayan community through art.
Recommendations to resolve the conflict in Tigray should take into account complexities & not just take midway brokering positions.
Thematically arranged retrospective of some of the evocative drawings by political cartoonist Siyad, telling the story of one year of Tigray Genocide.
An attempt to save a despotic regime with blatant disregard for international humanitarian and human rights laws should be an affront to any human being.
Facebook and Twitter continue to ignore escalating calls for genocide against Tigrayans from Ethiopian SM activists and politicians.
Amidst the ongoing crisis in the Tigray, a notable tragedy has been the whataboutism and bothsidesism characterizing domestic and international responses.