On May 23, U.S. Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, announced visa restrictions “for any current or former Ethiopian or Eritrean government officials, members of the security forces or other individuals …responsible for or complicit in undermining the resolution of the crisis in Tigray.” According to the State Department press statement, the Biden administration has “imposed wide-ranging restrictions on economic and security assistance to Ethiopia and will bring our defense trade control policy in line with them.”
Ethiopian American Council (EAC) pleased to endorse Jerry McNerney’s candidacy for election to U.S. House of Representative. Jerry is the first candidate in the US history to be endorsed by Ethiopian Americans. EAC is impressed by his commitment to the well-being of Ethiopians July-2006
Congressman Mike Honda (CA-15), Expressed his appreciation and gratitude for the work of the Ethiopian American Council (EAC) 2006
Congressman Dennis Cardoza’s passionate commitment to human rights in Ethiopia is commendable and we are very delighted endorsing Rep Cardoza 2006
Ethiopian American Council is proud to endorse Amy Klobuchar, the next Senator of the State of Minnesota. Amy Klobuchar is a decent, honorable woman who can stand up for what's right 2006
This special civic ceremony is a salute to the Ethiopian flag and a heartfelt remembrance of Ethiopian roots and heritage. Presently, San Jose is the only city in America to have established a week long tradition, annual acknowledgment of the heritage and history of Ethiopian-Americans. When the Ethiopian flag was first flown over New City Hall in 2005, it was a historical event in that no other foreign flag had been so honored in the history of the new city hall.