International Women's Day

Journey: Addis to DC

This experimental docupoem takes listeners on a meditative trip between two capital cities—Addis Ababa, Ethiopia and Washington, DC. Ethiopian-American writer and multidisciplinary artist Saaret Emebeat Yoseph creates an intimate audio scrapbook as she records the personal and family history of her mother, Emebeat Askale Bekele, who immigrated to DC from Addis, in the early 1970s. Together, daughter and mother, explore identity, migration, memory and the meaning of “home.” Inspired by Ntozake Shange’s choreopoem, For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow Is Enuf, Yoseph creates a layered narrative collage, combining her mother’s oral history with original poetry.


Artist Song Album Label
Chaka KhanI'm Every WomanEpiphany: The Best Of Chaka Khan, Vol. 1Rhino
Me2TravelTravel1543094 Records DK
ARMS AND SLEEPERSClaytonNostalgia For The AbsoluteExpect Candy
Henrik MeierkordFa�ltenKvalAmbientologist
Sly5thAve,Cory HenryCalifornia LoveShapes: MountainsBELIEVE - Tru Thoughts
Brad FiedelMain Title (Terminator 2 Theme)Terminator 2: Judgement Day (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)Silva Screen Records
Daft PunkAerodynamic (Daft Punk Remix)Daft ClubParlophone France
Stress EdgeFuck Da CoupFuck Da CoupMERLIN - The NOISE Label