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Brief history of the project One of the purposes of the establishment of International Oromo Women’s Organization (IOWO) is sustaining the Oromo Language in Diaspora. The main concern of the founders of the organization was how the identity loss of the next generation could be prevented. From the September 29, 2007 public meeting discussion on […]


It has been seven years since the Oromo Community in Washington, DC Metro Area purchased its single permanent center, the Oromo House, at 6212 3rd St, NW, Washington, Dc 20011. This property is acquired by financial support of many members of the community and additional investment of time and effort by some members of the […]

The new game: American dominance is being challenged

(The Economist) — A CONTINENT separates the blood-soaked battlefields of Syria from the reefs and shoals that litter the South China Sea. In their different ways, however, both places are witnessing the most significant shift in great-power relations since the collapse of the Soviet Union. In Syria, for the first time since the cold war, […]

From the Vault • Barack Obama • SEP 1995

22-CityView presents Barack Obama speaking at the Cambridge Public Library. Recorded on September 20,1995, this originally aired on Channel 37 Cambridge Municipal Television as an episode of the show “The Author Series.” In this episode Obama discusses his book “Dreams from My Father: A Story of Race and Inheritance,” which at the time had just […]

Appeal Letter to President Obama from Washington, DC Oromo Community

July 9, 2015 President Barack Obama The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW Washington, DC 20500 Subject: Concern on President Obama`s visit to Ethiopia Dear President Obama, I am writing this letter on behalf of the Oromo Community Organization (OCO) of Washington DC Metro Area. The Oromo constitute over 40% of Ethiopia’s total population of […]

Oromo Peaceful Protest in Washington D.C., Friday June 19, 2015

A Call to Demonstrate Against the TPLF /EPRDF Tyrannical Regime Dear All Oromos and friends of the Oromo in the Washington DC Metropolitan Area and living in other states of USA The Oromo Community Organization (OCO) of the Washington Metropolitan Area, the Oromo Youth Self-help Association (OYSA), the International Oromo Women’s Organization (IOWO) and the […]

Waamicha Walga’ii WWDO

Waldaan Walgargaarsa Dargaggoota Oromoo naannaa Waashington DC hojii hojjetaa jiru irratti mari’atee shoora lammummaa ba’uuf ji’a ji’aan akka wal ga’u beekamaadha. Haaluma kanaan, walga’iin idilee gaafa Dilbataa Waxabajjii 07, 2015, sa’aa 6:00w.b. irraa eegalee waajjira hawaasa Oromoo Washington DC tti geggeeffama. Waan ta’eef, dargaggoon naannoo DMV jiraattan hundi hirmannaan keessan barbaachisaadha. Kanaaf, guyyaa armaan olitti […]

Ethiopia’s May 24 Parliamentary and Regional Elections

Press Statement Marie Harf Deputy Department Spokesperson, Office of the Spokesperson Washington, DC May 27, 2015 The United States commends the people of Ethiopia for their civic participation in generally peaceful parliamentary and regional elections on May 24. We acknowledge the National Electoral Board’s organizational efforts and the African Union’s role as the only international […]

The Hill-Billy Cash Pump

(American Thinker) — Hillary Clinton: We knew her as a grim, charmless harridan; a pear-shaped harpy. Now, after reading Peter Schweizer’s new book, Clinton Cash (HarperCollins, New York, May 2015), we see the ultimate Hillary, one of the world’s truly scary women. Think Lady Macbeth, Messalina, Evita.  Add Bill to the sordid picture and you […]

Obama Denounces Attacks on Press Freedom

US President Barack Obama (C) talks with Ethiopian journalist Simegnish “Lily” Mengesha (R) and Vietnamese journalist Dieu Cay during a round table ahead of World Press Freedom Day at the White House in Washington, DC, May 1, 2015 (AFP Photo/Jim Watson) Washington (AFP) – US President Barack Obama on Friday denounced attacks against media around […]

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