People’s Committee of the National Congress along with other concerned citizens and organizations in Toronto call for a Demonstration to all Eritreans who believe in Human Right, Justice and Democracy To come out and stand for our People!
Seattle, WA (Paulos Misgena) –Eritreans residing in the metropolitan city of Seattle and its vicinity today gathered at the halls of the Eritrean community at 2402 E Spruce Street to mourn the loss of nearly 400 Eritreans who tragically perished in the Mediterranean Sea two weeks ago. The victims were believed to be immigrants mainly from Eritrea who have been trying to escape the Libyan civil strife that has been raging for a month now.
Seminar and Q & A session with Dr. Bereket HabteSalassie, William E. Leuchtenburg Professor of African and Afro-American Studies at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill speaking on, “What is in a Constitution?” on November 20, 2010 starting at 1PM. Dr. Bereket is a leading scholar in African law and government.
The September 18, 2010 Public Meeting started with the remembrance of our national martyrs, the most recent of whom was the late Mohammed Saeed Naud, a veteran and founder of Eritrean liberation movement (haraka-mahber 7) in the late 1950s.
Any solution we call realistic and equitable should take into considerations the nature and social composition of our people, its common history and shared psychological makeup, its ethnic, religious and cultural diversity, uneven socio-economic development, and its national and community goals and aspirations.