New Billboards Commemorate Genocide Centennial

One of the billboards commemorating the centennial of the Armenian Genocide in Massachusetts


BOSTON—On Feb. 14, Peace of Art, Inc. added three new billboards in commemoration of the centennial of the Armenian Genocide in the Boston area. The new digital billboards are different from the others in design but similar with concept. All the billboards commemorate the centennial of the Armenian Genocide and pay tribute to the victims. Two digital billboards are located in Foxboro, and the third one is located in Peabody, Mass.

Against a black background, one billboard reads “1915-2015 the Centennial of the Armenian Genocide.” The letters “O” and “C” in the word “Genocide” are combined to form a red heart with a bite. The heart symbolizes the heart of a nation, and the bite symbolizes 1.5 million innocent lives carved off a nation, whose wounds are still bleeding through generations.

The other digital billboard reads “I Remember and I Demand 1915-2015 the Centennial of the Armenian Genocide.” The letter “O” in the word “Genocide” is a purple forget-me-not, the official Armenian Genocide centennial symbol. The flower has five petals which represent the five continents where genocide survivors settled and rebuilt their lives. Also represents the pain shared by Armenians around the world united with their demands for recognition and justice.

“Since January 2015, Peace of Art, Inc., has displayed ten billboards in the United States. Chicago, Seattle, Peabody, Sharon and Foxboro, and will continue to display electronic billboards throughout the United States during the year 2015,” said Peace of Art founding president Daniel Varoujan Hejinian.


Discussion Policy

Comments are welcomed and encouraged. Though you are fully responsible for the content you post, comments that include profanity, personal attacks or other inappropriate material will not be permitted. Asbarez reserves the right to block users who violate any of our posting standards and policies.


  1. Vahagn said:

    Oh, how touching…. Long Live Our Great Armenian Genocide! Let all our future generations carry this really amusing and heat-braking and soul-shaking big GENOCIDE in their hearts and their souls and their minds. This nasty Turks were, are and will be our enemies forever.

    • Gary said:

      Your comment seems sarcastic. What is there so “amusing” about the Armenian genocide, or ANY genocide, for that matter?

  2. Anna said:

    Vahagn is obviously another shameless turk. They are on every website that has anything to do with our history. Who is paying these people? Amazing the extreme they will go to in their campaign for denial.