Ethiopians dating african americans
Anyone can imagine the culture shock an Ethiopian must face when thrown right in the middle of one of these cultures.
This shock in turn makes an Ethiopian want to seek and find the norms he or she was used to.
The remark most often heard is that we deny we are ‘blacks’ or hate being called ‘Africans’.
“So many Ethiopian people have written in kindness and apology”, he said.
“There is no need for this, I know that the actions of a few don’t speak for a whole race.” We have selected this piece from our archive with a hope that it might spark a healthy debate on the issue.
My Own Kind By Steven Ivory Updated: August 13th, 2008 For several years, I’d passed the restaurant while driving through that side of town.
It looked like an interesting spot; I said I’d stick my head in there one day.
Maybe what I was feeling didn’t have a damned thing to do with anything but familiarity.