Little Oromia’s Oromo Week in Review (Photos, Tweets, etc.)
(OPride) – The Twin Cities, home to the “largest gathering of Oromo outside of Africa,” according to a report in the Twin Cities Daily Planet, hosted a plethora of summer events this week.
The 2013 North American Oromo Festival officially kicked off with a proclamation by Twin Cities’ mayors, Chris Coleman and R.T. Rybak, who established June 29 to July 6, 2013 as “Oromo Week.” Oromos from far and near are gathered in Minnesota, Little Oromia as they call it, for a soccer tournament, musical performances, Miss Oromo Beauty Pageant, and conferences.
Finfinnee Tube (FT): Championship Game IN PHOTOS
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