Two writers explain the challenges facing their community, and how they're using literature to bring about change.
Ethiopian Exodus: The last chapter
Farewell ceremony to take place at Israel's embassy in Addis Ababa before last flights take off.
This month, Israel finishes up the series of airlifts of Ethiopian Jews and their descendants that it initiated in the 1980s. But it was the action and pressure of American Jews that started the process. Some of those pioneers look back in pride.
Few realized that Emahoy Tsegue-Mariam Gebru, 89, is a talented musician and composer. Now a new book recounts her fascinating story.
Unlike other groups of new Israelis, the Falashmura have had to undergo full conversion, which is sometimes a frustrating process.
Various Jewish groups are continuing and even expanding projects serving wider populations in the country and elsewhere in Africa.
Dalia Betolin-Sherman is the first writer to succeed in giving readers a glimpse of the private world of an Ethiopian family in Israel, and of the maturation process undergone by one of its daughters.
The younger generation of Israeli-Ethiopians, some born in Israel, insists on fighting against Israel's discriminatory policy that is ending emigration from Ethiopia.
Every time immigration from Ethiopia seems to have reached an end in recent years, pressure from various quarters - both here and abroad - has reignited the whole process.
A look at the sobering reality shared by Ethiopian immigrants, three decades on.