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(Part 2) Mekuria Bulcha (Prof.):- The ‘Nine Lives’ of Oromo Literacy – Qubee and the Birth of a Generation

(Part 2) Mekuria Bulcha (Prof.):- The ‘Nine Lives’ of Oromo Literacy – Qubee and the Birth of a Generation

By Mekuria Bulcha (Prof.)* THE ‘NINE LIVES’ OF OROMO LITERACY – QUBEE AND THE BIRTH OF A GENERATION PART II DEFYING A TRADITION THAT DEMONIZES OUR IDENTITY, OUR LANGUAGE AND…

(Part-3) Mekuria Bulcha (Prof.):- Moving Beyond the Trauma of the 2016 Irreecha Massacre

(Part-3) Mekuria Bulcha (Prof.):- Moving Beyond the Trauma of the 2016 Irreecha Massacre

By Mekuria Bulcha (Prof.)* MOVING BEYOND THE TRAUMA OF OCTOBER 2, 2016 IRREECHA MASSACRE PART III A PLEDGE TO STRUGGLE FOR OROMO NATIONAL SOVEREIGNTY Introduction In Part II of this…

(Part-2) Mekuria Bulcha (Prof.):- Moving Beyond the Trauma of the 2016 Irreecha Massacre

(Part-2) Mekuria Bulcha (Prof.):- Moving Beyond the Trauma of the 2016 Irreecha Massacre

By Mekuria Bulcha (Prof.)* MOVING BEYOND THE TRAUMA OF OCTOBER 2, 2016 IRREECHA MASSACRE PART II THE OROMO RESOLVE TO FIGHT THE TRAUMA OF STATE TERRORISM Although the Oromo have…

Mekuria Bulcha (Prof.):- Moving Beyond the Trauma of the 2016 Irreecha Massacre

Mekuria Bulcha (Prof.):- Moving Beyond the Trauma of the 2016 Irreecha Massacre

By Mekuria Bulcha (Prof.)* MOVING BEYOND THE TRAUMA OF THE 2016 IRREECHA MASSACRE OCTOBER 2 WILL SIGNIFY STATE TERRORISM AGAINST THE OROMO IN ETHIOPIA Introduction In Oromo history 2016 was…

(Part-II) – Mekuria Bulcha (Prof.):- Adwa and Abyssinia’s Participation in the Scramble for Africa

(Part-II) – Mekuria Bulcha (Prof.):- Adwa and Abyssinia’s Participation in the Scramble for Africa

Adwa and Abyssinia’s Participation in the Scramble for Africa Mekuria Bulcha, PhD, Professor In the first part of this article which was published on March 28, 2017 by Oromia Today…

Mekuria Bulcha (Prof.):- Adwa and Abyssinia’s Participation in the Scramble for Africa: Does that have relevance to the ongoing Oromo protests?

Mekuria Bulcha (Prof.):- Adwa and Abyssinia’s Participation in the Scramble for Africa: Does that have relevance to the ongoing Oromo protests?

Adwa and Abyssinia’s Participation in the Scramble for Africa: Does that Have Relevance to the Ongoing Oromo Protests? Mekuria Bulcha, PhD, Professor Whenever an Oromo scholar or politician mentions Menelik…

Mekuria Bulcha (Prof.):- From Student Movement to National Revolution – A Struggle with an Independent Oromo State in Sight

Mekuria Bulcha (Prof.):- From Student Movement to National Revolution – A Struggle with an Independent Oromo State in Sight

From a Student Movement to a National Revolution A Struggle with an Independent Oromo State in Sight* Mekuria Bulcha Introduction The Oromo and the other peoples in the southern part…

Mekuria Bulcha (Prof.):- CRIMES THAT MADE THE OROMO YOUTH REVOLT …

Mekuria Bulcha (Prof.):- CRIMES THAT MADE THE OROMO YOUTH REVOLT …

By Mekuria Bulcha (Ph.D.)* CRIMES THAT MADE THE OROMO YOUTH REVOLT From the Forest Fires of 2000 to the Conflict over the AAMP in 2014 and Beyond Introduction Literature on…

UPDATED | Mekuria Bulcha (Prof.):- Oromia’s Irreecha Festival – A Revival of an Ancient African Culture | An Attempt to Understand and Explain

UPDATED | Mekuria Bulcha (Prof.):- Oromia’s Irreecha Festival – A Revival of an Ancient African Culture | An Attempt to Understand and Explain

By Mekuria Bulcha (Ph.D.)* | September 2015 Oromia’s Irreecha Festival – A Revival of an Ancient African Culture An Attempt to Understand and Explain Irreecha (also spelled Irreessa), the Oromo…

Mekuria Bulcha (Prof.):- Oromia’s Irreecha Festival – A Revival of an Ancient African Culture | An Attempt to Understand and Explain

Mekuria Bulcha (Prof.):- Oromia’s Irreecha Festival – A Revival of an Ancient African Culture | An Attempt to Understand and Explain

By Mekuria Bulcha (Ph.D.)* | September 2015 Oromia’s Irreecha Festival – A Revival of an Ancient African Culture An Attempt to Understand and Explain Irreecha (also spelled Irreessa), the Oromo…

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