Tigrayans — Ethnic Conflict In Ethiopia, Episode Seven

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Tigrayans are often targeted in Ethiopian politics because of the popular perception that they benefit more from the political system than other ethnic groups. In episode seven, we discuss economic conditions in Tigray and the effects of this perception on ordinary Tigrayans. 
 
People in this episode:
 
Dr. Edmond Keller
Professor at University of California, Los Angeles
Long-time commentator and observer of Ethiopian history and politics

Dr. Ezekiel Gebissa
Professor of History and African Studies at Kettering University
Ethnicity: Oromo

Dr. Asebe Regassa Debelo
Assistant professor of development studies at Dilla University, Ethiopia
Ethnicity: Oromo

Dr. Paulos Milkias
Political science instructor at Concordia University
Ethnicity: Oromo

Dr. Asebe Regassa Debelo
Assistant professor of development studies at Dilla University, Ethiopia
Ethnicity: Oromo

Dr. Yohannes Gedamu
Lecturer of political science at Georgia Gwinnett College
Born in Gonder in the Amhara region

Dr. Weldu Weldeyesus
Language instructor at the Community College of Denver
Ethnicity: Tigrayan  

Deacon Yoseph Tafari  
Deacon under the Archdiocese of the exiled Ethiopian Orthodox Holy Synod
Chariman of the Ethiopian American Civic Council

 

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