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On December 23rd, patrons at Dashen Ethiopian restaurant enjoyed an energetic show of   fashion, dance and poetry. It was a breath of fresh air to see various aspects of black culture portrayed all in the same event.

 

The Mwanyagetinge Association of Kenyans in Minnesota held its elections on November 26. Paul Morande was reelected chairman after garnering 78% of the vote. He beat Henry Kerongo who managed to get 19% of the votes cast. Naftali Makora trailed with a paltry 2%.

 

 

Nyango Melissa Nambangi, founder of the Minnesota African Women’s Association (MAWA) received the Women’s of Distinction award from Century College on December 8, 2005. She and two other women are the first to receive the recently established award.

 

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Two key investors have been added to the project to build the proposed African mall in Brooklyn Park . According to Mr. Kwaku Addy, the lead investor in the project.

Young and energetic Nangah Tabah  (Miss ) as the link was center stage at the second annual commemorative event of Africa World’s Day that was celebrated with music vibrations and dances from Africa.

Former Prime Minister of Somalia , Dr Ali Khalif Galaydh has pointed an accusing finger to the neighboring states of Ethiopia and Kenya as the stumbling blocks to peace in his country .

 

 

 

There are two new key additions to the Mshale team, according to Mshale Editor & Publisher, Tom Gitaa. Edwin Okong’o becomes Mshale’s West Coast correspondent. Mr. Okong’o is the former Editor-in-Chief of The Pioneer, California State University ’s student newspaper at the East Bay campus.

Four Ethiopian Jews from Hadera accompanied by two officials were in Minnesota during Thanksgiving Holidays to show gratitude to their partners – The Minneapolis Jewish Federation - for assisting them settle in .

The same day Central Connecticut State University in New Britain released a study ranking Minneapolis as the second most literate city in the country, the newly reelected mayor of that city, RT Rybak, appointed Hussein Samatar, a Somali businessman to the Minneapolis Library board on November 29.

Saving for college is hard not just because it's a huge expense, but because you can't predict how much, if any, financial aid you'll get.

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