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Oromo Youth OYA Melbourne : Qophii Galgala Aadaa Dargaggoo fi Shamarran Oromoo OYA Melbourne, Australia February 7, 2017

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Australian MP Andrew Wilkie addresses the parliament speaking about the plight of Oromo people November 27, 2016

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#OromoProtests #OromoRevolution Australian MP Andrew Wilkie addresses the parliament speaking about the plight of Oromo people
“On Tuesday 15th of November 2016. We the Australian Oromo Community of Tasmania invited our independent MP Honourable Andrew Wilkie & expressed the shocking truth of human rights abuse, massacre and mass incarceration & today he is standing in Solidarity with the Oromo people in the parliament of Australia we deeply appreciate for becoming a voice for the voiceless.”

Grand #OromoProtests Global Solidarity Rally Held in Melbourne, Australia, 18 August 2016 August 18, 2016

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Grand #OromoProtests Global solidarity Rally Held in Melbourne, Australia, 18 August 2016.

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Oromia at Federation Square, Melbourne, Australia, January 3, 2016 January 5, 2016

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Freedom Is Sweet December 27, 2013

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“Freedom is Sweet” is taken from the speech made by Inga Peulich MLC , Parliamentary Secretary for Education at Oromia @ Federation Square, Melbourne Australia on 22nd of December 2013. The festival aims to bring Oromo people together, irrespective of age, gender and belief, to help promote self-empowerment. It also seek to educate the public on the lifestyle, culture and ethics of members of the Australian Oromo community. Furthermore, it’s a time to celebrate and commemorate the beauty of Australian Oromo culture and to promote both multiculturalism and diversity across Australia.
The celebration of Oromia at Federation Square marks the beginning of yet another exciting year of events that aim to bring the case of the Oromo cause.