Call Your Congressman and Urge them to Support the Genocide Resolution

ANCA Special Report: Call for Justice


You’ve watched the stories on CNN, MSNBC, FOX, and every other broadcast news channel, and read the coverage on the front page of America’s most influential newspapers.
Because of you – America is finally talking about the Armenian Genocide and Turkey’s shameless denial of this brutal crime.
Because of you–and activists like you across America–the House Foreign Affairs Committee approved the Armenian Genocide resolution (H.Res.106) by a vote of 27 to 21–setting the stage for a vote any day now of all 435 Members of the House of Representatives.
As we work to bring America back to the right side on this important moral issue, I want to share with you how very much all of us at the ANCA value and appreciate your time, your devotion, and your commitment to truth.
Please take 2 minutes right now to make a quick and easy phone call urging YOUR CONGRESSMAN to VOTE YES on H.RES.106 when it comes to the House Floor.
If you have already contacted your Representative, please call again.
The phone number and a sample phone script for the call is provided below, for your convenience.
Please call now and forward this message to as many friends and family as possible. Once you’ve made your call, please email us at anca@anca.org with any feedback you’ve received. If you have questions, please call us at (202) 775-1918.


Contact: House Switchboard
Phone Number: (202) 225-3121


Sample Phone Script:
[The phone will likely be answered by a receptionist. Ask this person to take a message from you for the Representative. If you are calling over the weekend or after office hours just leave a voice-mail message.]
Hello, my name is YOUR NAME and I live in YOUR CITY.
I am calling to encourage my Representative to vote YES on H.RES.106– the Armenian Genocide Resolution — and to encourage his/her House colleagues to do the same.
*This bipartisan, genocide-prevention legislation is cosponsored by more than half the House (224 Members from 39 different states).
*Forty (40) U.S. states have recognized the Armenian Genocide.
Genocide must be condemned whenever and wherever it occurs. We cannot afford to let foreign governmen’s bully us into genocide denial.

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