The Dynamic Speeches of Emperor Haile Selassie I illuminates a real leadership that embraced diversity and cooperation, enriched by a global perspective. These speeches detail the persistence, determination and good governing drive with which Haile Selassie pursued international relationships, to which history cannot fail to testify. It is hoped that through those reproduced herein, the reader will get a fair picture of his Majesty Emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia. Dibu H. Wolde was President of Ethiopian Cultural Television in Denver, Colorado, as well as Founder and Executive producer of ENBS, community based T.V. programming in Washington, D.C. Wolde was one of the organizers of the leading Ethiopian Orthodox church in Los Angeles, California, as well as the founder of Saint Mary Ethiopian Orthodox Church in Denver, Colorado. Today the church is thriving, and the idea has spread worldwide. Ethiopians feel more at home now in their adopted land. Wolde has written on western culture and civilization for newly arrived Ethiopian Immigrants, coordinated cross-cultural awareness and integration into western culture, and taught Ethiopian language (Amahric) for the Ras Tafarian community in Hartford, CT. Wolde served in the United States Peace Corps in Bolivia, South America, from 1999 to 2001. He authored two Micro-Enterprise Development texts and compiled local historical accounts of Peace Corps volunteer experiences for use in business education classes.