New York, NY (October 09, 2015) — ESAC held its annual Cultural Exchange and Family Day event. Bright lights and music accompanied the attendees. Ethiopian coffee and cuisine was served. Many families were entertained by the Ethiopian music and engaged in the festivities of the event. Children enjoyed themselves, engaging in Ethiopian dancing and some were playing. As promised, Ethiopian adopted children and their adoptive family performed instrumental Ethiopian music We welcome and hope Ethiopian adoptive families join ESAC and become apart of our community. We will continue this process every year. We hope this event will and continue to create awareness towards ESAC and its missions. ESAC wants to open and break the cultural barrier by welcoming Ethiopians and non-Ethiopians a like to become acquainted with Ethiopian culture, language and history. Below are a collection of photos and videos from the event, enjoy.
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In keeping with the theme for Women’s History Month 2012, “Women’s Education – Women’s Empowerment”, the Ethiopian Social Assistance Committee (ESAC) is launching an initiative to build a task force in New York City that can advocate for foreign domestic workers in the Middle East. Join us at this inaugural event, where we will host speakers from various organizations, including the International Ethiopian Women Organization, Adbar Ethiopian Women’s Alliance, and Resources for the Enrichment of African Lives. These speakers will discuss the issues surrounding domestic workers in the Middle East.
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