The Ethiopian People’s Forum in Seattle is proud to announce its first and special event scheduled for Saturday November 12, 2011 from 1:00PM-6:00PM at Yesler community center in Seattle located at 917 East Yesler Way, Seattle, WA 98122.
This meeting has already attracted a huge attention beyond our expectations. This perhaps is a testimony to the immediate desire of all patriotic forces to come and work together to liberate Ethiopia from the monsters who are terrorizing Ethiopia and Ethiopians camping in Arat Kilo. It is an evidence to the fact that people are tired of division, name calling and disintegration. They want one and only one thing-a liberated, free and democratic Ethiopia.
In line with the mission of the Forum, it has invited special guests for a civil debate and constructive discussion on issues of great importance to Ethiopians at home and in the Diaspora. They may have disagreements and even contradictory views on some very critical issues of the day. And that is fine. The objective is to come to some common understanding and consensus in the future in the best interest of Ethiopia and Ethiopians. It will be an open debate where Ethiopians in Seattle will actively take part by sharing their questions and concerns in a friendly and civilized manner.
The Forum has invited three political leaders representing three of the major players in the Ethiopian political discourse. Dr. Berhanu Nega, chairman of Ginbot 7, Dr. Aregawi Berhe, an executive member of Hibret, and Ato Amin Jundi from the Oromo Liberation front will be our special guests for the discussion. We would like all of you to come to this great event and discuss the burning questions of the day pertaining to our country and its people.
Please pass on this great news to all patriotic Ethiopians in Seattle not to miss this highly informative discussion where you will be able to get all your answers to all of your questions face to face and directly from these leaders.
Please click the following link to watch the Forum invitation ad for this historical meeting in Seattle.