Ethiopian Patriots from the Diaspora
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Poet
Paul Laurence Dunbar
(1872-1906)
"Ode To Ethiopia"
Phyllis Wheatley
Abolishonist
Frederick Douglass
Reverend
Richard Allen
Freemason
Prince Hall
Poet
William Roscoe
Abolishonist
Martin Delaney
Abolishonist
Robert Alexander
Young
Abolishonist
Nat Turner
Abolishonist
David Walker
Scholar
William E.B. Dubois
(1868-1963)
Activist
Sylvester Williams
Artist
Meta Warrick Fuller
(1877-1968)
"Ethiopia Awakening"
Artist
Aaron Douglas
Sculptor
Augustus Savage
Photographer
James Van Der Zee
Rabbi
Wentworth Arthur
Matthew
"Holy Church of the
Living God"
Activist
Madame C.J. Walker
Educator
Drusilla Dunjee
Houston
(1876-1941)
"Wonderful Ethiopians
of the Ancient Cushite
Empire"
Historian
Yosef Ben-Jochannan
Historian
Cheikh Anta Diop
Historian
Ivan Van Sertima
Historian
John Henry Clarke
Marcus Mosiah Garvey,
Jr.
(1887-1940)
Educator
Booker T. Washington
Aviation Pioneer
Hubert F. Julian
"Black Eagle"
Artist
Romare Bearden
Artist
Jacob Lawrence
Artist
William Johnson
Artist
Aaron Douglas
Poet
Langston Hughes
(1902-1967)
"Call of Ethiopia"
Doctor
Dr. John West
Doctor
Dr. Reuben Young
Joseph Hall
William Jackson
Educator
Molefi Kete Asante
Activist
Maulana Karenga
Activist
Joseph Harris
Activist
Amiri Baraka
Historian
Joel A. Rogers (J.A.
Rogers)
(1883-1966)
"The Real Facts About
Ethiopia."
Pilot - War Hero
Colonel John Robinson
"The Brown Condor"
Pilot
Janet Waterford Bragg
(1907-1993)
Pilot
Edgar Eugene Jones
Pilot
James William Cheeks
Pilot
Andrew Howard Hester
Ambassador
Dr. Workineh Martin
Edgar F. Love
David Talbot
Thurlow Evan Tibbs
Edgar D. Draper
Actor & Activist
Richard Roundtree
"Ethiopian Oscar"
Educator
Alexander "Skunder"
Boghossian
(1937-2003)
Julius  Coles
Randall Robinson
Melvin Foote
Andrew Young
       
Ambassador to
Ethiopia
Ms. Arelia E. Brazeal
Dr. Arnold Josiah Ford
Andrew Laurence
 
Howard University Alumni
Howard University has graduated more Ethiopians than any other university in the United States.
Educator
Mignon Ford
Educator
Dr. Alain Locke
(1886-1954)
"Father of the Harlem
Renaissance"
Educator
Lois Mailou Jones
(1905-1998)
"The Ascent of
Ethiopia"
Doctor
Dr. Melaku Bayen
"Voice of Ethiopia"
Professor
William Leo Hansberry
"Pillars in Ethiopian
History"
Ethiopian Scholar
Dr. Ephraim Isaac
(1937-present)
Artist
Ato Fasil Dawit