This is a serious of videos, where I used several 16mm video archives and combined with animated charcoal drawing. Mainly, it takes an inspiration of the anticolonial resistance that happened in Ethiopia between 1935-1941, which had a significant impact on history, and yet it’s been mostly forgotten. Before the outbreak of the Second World War, Benito Mussolini decided to invade Ethiopia. Unlike all the other African countries, Ethiopia was never colonized. The Ethiopians said no to colonialism and resisted the invasion with antique rifles and traditional weapons. During 5 years, hundreds of thousands Ethiopians were brutally killed and gas bombed. The sacrifices that Ethiopians made and the solidarity shown during the war is the foundation for most Africans anti-colonial movement, black movement, black panthers etc. This story happened long before the speech of Martin Luther King: “I have a dream”. This is a story that the Ethiopians won in the end, setting an example for the rest of the world, to those who seek freedom.