The Armenian National Committee of America (ANCA) joined yesterday in a White House briefing between senior Obama Administration officials and leaders of the Assyrian/Chaldean/Syriac, Armenian, and Antiochian communities to discuss the security of Christians in the Middle East.
The Armenian National Committee of America (ANCA) shared the lessons drawn from more than a century of Armenian-American efforts to build durable, resilient and responsive community institutions at a Diaspora in Development forum in Washington, D.C.
The Armenian National Committee of America (ANCA) strengthened the Armenian American community’s spiritual and civic ties to major national and international Christian organizations as a partner of last month’s In Defense of Christians (IDC) national convention in Washington, DC.
The ANCA warmly welcomes the rise of Congressman David Valadao (R-CA), from California’s Central Valley, to his new role as Co-Chair of the Congressional Caucus on Armenian Issues.
“The U.S. supports a negotiated settlement to the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict,” Elizabeth Trudeau, Director of the State Department Press Office, told a daily briefing.”
Secretary of State John Kerry issued a statement Monday on the occasion of Armenia’s Independence Day.
Middlesex County Sheriff Peter Koutoujian was re-elected on September 8 after defeating Barry Kelleher for the Democratic nomination in the Massachusetts State Primary.
On Thursday, at a press conference that kicked off its three-day convention, the ANCA, In Defense of Christians and the Institute for Global Engagement, and U.S. Rep. Dave Trott (R-IL), gathered to announce an ambitious policy agenda.
The Armenian National Committee of America is joining this week with In Defense of Christians and a broad array of faith-based and human rights coalition partners in seeking solutions to the challenges facing Christian communities in the Middle East and attaining justice for the genocide committed against Armenians, Greeks and Assyrians from 1915-1923.
The ANCA Leo Sarkisian Summer Internship program provides student leaders and activists an opportunity to participate in an eight-week program designed to give them the tools necessary to effectively advance issues of concern to the Armenian-American community on the federal, state and local level.