The Parliament in Cyprus has condemned the Armenian Genocide, calling on the international community to acknowledge the genocide.
As the Armenian Diaspora and human rights activists from around the world prepare for the 102nd Anniversary Commemoration of the Armenian Genocide, Angelenos will join community artists to raise awareness of genocide prevention and education through the 9th annual Silence the Lies, Rock the Truth concert.
The liberation of Shushi 25 years ago was celebrated not only by Armenians around the globe but also by all who value the ideals of liberty and democracy.
Assemblymember Cristina Garcia of the 58th Assembly District announced Sona Fundukian as the 2017 Montebello “Woman of the Year.”
The Centennial of any organization is an event of great pride and celebration.
Congressional leaders urged President Trump to reaffirm the Armenian Genocide.
California attorney Matthew E. Karanian ’82 has dedicated a significant part of his career to promoting human rights and developing of the rule of law in Armenia, the ancestral home of his grandparents, earning him the “Service to Humanity Award” from Bucknell University.
The European Union stands ready to help Armenia’s government implement significant reforms following this month’s parliamentary elections, a senior EU diplomat said on Monday.
April 10 marks the 25th anniversary of the Maraga Massacre, where over 50 resident Armenians of the Maraga village were violently killed by Azerbaijani forces.
The Promise will be screened in Sacramento as part of the special Capitol commemorations of the Armenian Genocide on April 17.