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The images of African Americans that most Ethiopians have are those of gangstas and/or rappers from video clips and movies.

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This shock in turn makes an Ethiopian want to seek and find the norms he or she was used to.

That is why many major cities, especially in the United States, have large communities of Ethiopians.

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one of them even told her country man that i workout with to encourage me to date her. Some West Africans, caribbeans, and black Americans shun east Africans too.

Before that Ethiopia existed for thousands of years with barely any contact with the outside world.

These two, among many other reasons, added together have made Ethiopians indifferent to foreigners of colour. We are just a misunderstood, cultural and traditional people.

Also some mention how Ethiopian girls or women refuse to date non-Ethiopian men. It is unthinkable to go against the wish of a parent, especially the father.

Now, if one were to put these accusations to any Ethiopian, the answer would be a big denial or that they didn’t know what one was talking about. This tight family structure shapes individuals who draw a line between family and the rest of society.

The remark most often heard is that we deny we are ‘blacks’ or hate being called ‘Africans’.

Then there is the one that goes about how we ‘look down’ at other Africans and African-Americans. Children are still smacked if they make mistakes, parents are respected; and in some parts they are worshipped.

It holds us back at times because we grow up with the thought that our wants or needs come secondary to those of our parents.

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