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Ep. 18: Investigating and Reporting on Human Rights Abuse in Ethiopia
This week, as the #StarvingForJustice hunger strike reaches a month in duration, J/Aangoo conducts an interview with Dr Trevor Trueman (aka Obbo Galato) from the Oromia Support Group, about the role of investigative research and report writing in...
Ep. 17: Starving For Justice
Oromo political prisoners are #StarvingForJustice. Today, two of your usual cohosts -- Jaal Maroo and Jaal Aangoo -- are joined by Jaal Ilillii to discuss the plight of these prisoners of conscience and how we can amplify their voices. Take a listen to...
Ep. 16: Debating the Path to Independence
This episode is a continuation of the conversation that two of your usual hosts, J/Aangoo and J/Maroo, had with special guest co-hosts J/Hawwinee and for the first time by J/Qaxalee. We discussed and debated the path to independence that J/Qaxalee...
Ep. 15: Independent Media & Investigative Journalism
This week, two of your usual hosts, J/Aangoo and J/Maroo, are joined again by J/Hawwinee and for the first time by J/Qaxalee. Sadly J/Hawwii was not in the studio for this one, but he will be back soon. In this episode the hosts discuss independent...
Ep. 14: Oromia's Independence Movement in 2021
In this episode, your usual hosts are joined by Jaal Raggaatuu for part 2 of the discussion we started last week (with episode 13) about Oromia's independence and the benefits of a free Oromia. This week we dive deeper. Song credit for "Si Eegeen...
Ep. 13: Why Oromia Must Be Free
In this episode, your usual hosts are joined by Jaal Raggaatuu for a discussion about Oromia's independence and the benefits of a free Oromia. This discussion with J/Raggaatuu is broken into two parts, so come back next week for the follow-up in episode...
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