From the First World War and onward the names of many martyred victims have been forgotten. Among them is Aram Toros Arvanigian.
“You call people like me ABC’s (Armenian by Choice). I wear that label like a badge of honor. It is a privilege to work and live in our vibrant global Armenian community.”
It’s been a few weeks since the Ferrahian Armens Varsity Girls basketball team earned its first-ever CIF-SS Division 5A championship title.
In early April, while Nevada State Assembly Speaker John Hambrick was in Azerbaijan hobnobbing with its dictator Ilham Aliyev, his host was committing ISIS-like war crimes.
“I was kicked out of the Armenian dance group I have been practicing with for the last 5 months today because the instructor spotted one of my writings online and found out that I’m gay.”
“Gevorg had told me earlier that the mother had phoned her son while he was on the front line only for the phone to be answered by an Azeri soldier to tell her he had just beheaded her son two minutes earlier.”
The president and general manager of KABC-TV Channel 7 said the station regrets “the inclusion in our story of a short bite from the interview denying the existence of the Genocide.
Last week, on April 23, President Barack Obama issued his annual “Armenian Remembrance Day” statement
President and General manager of KABC TV sent an email to Asbarez, in which she said that the cameraman that insulted Armenians while interviewing Turkish Genocide deniers will not be used
Some people look for their stories at their desks, others among the pages of history. For some, history consists of experience and memories