Tewodros Fekadu: No One's Son
Monday, June 25, 2012
Eritrean-born activist, filmmaker, and writer Tewodros Fekadu talks about growing up in the midst of the Ethiopian–Eritrean Civil War. He was abandoned, survived famine, and moved from the orphanages to streets of Addis Ababa. He tells his story in his memoir, No One’s Son: The Remarkable True Story of a Defiant African Boy and his Bold Quest for Freedom.