GLENDALE—The public is urged to take part in a rally on Sept. 27 in Glendale to protest the protocols on the establishment and development of Armenia-Turkey relations. The rally will take place from 5 to 8 p.m. at Pelanconi Park (on the corner of Glenoaks Blvd. and Grandview Street). Click here for directions
The rally stemmed from consultations between political parties and organizations that began after the announcement of the protocols. Over the weekend the Armenian Revolutionary Federation Western US Central Committee met with leaders of the Social Democratic Hunchakian Party, the United Young Armenian.
This meeting further reinforced that the main political forces in the community are opposed to provisions of the protocols, which they believe will endanger Armenia’s national security and violate the nation’s historical rights.
The United Young Armenians brought together major forces in the community for a televised discussion Sunday that aired on AMGA TV. Taking part in the panel were representatives of the ARF, the Armenian Youth Federation, the Social Democratic Hunchakian Party, Armenian Democratic League (Ramkavar Party), the Armenian National Committee, the Armenian Assembly of America, as well as experts and representatives of youth and student organizations.
The panel discussion will be broadcast on Horizon TV tonight at 9:00pm. Tune in or watch online at: http://horizonarmeniantv.com/
Buses Will Depart from the Following Locations at 4pm
St. Mary’s Armenian Church (500 S. Central Ave.)
Maple Park (820 E. Maple St.)
Whose Foods (331 North Glendale Ave).
Arbat Banquet Hall (711 S. San Fernando Rd.)
Armenian Center (2633 Honolulu Ave, Montrose)
Sis (Caesar’s) Banquet Hall (6723 Foothill Blvd.)
Good Foods Market (1864 E. Washington Blvd.)
Armenian Center (740 E. Washington Blvd.)
Armenian Center (2242 E. Foothill Blvd.)
Little Armenia (Hobart & Hollywood Blvd.)
St. Garabed Armenian Church (1614 N Alexandria ave.)
Zeytun (Olive Fresh) Market (12521 Oxnard St.)
Holy Cross Armenian Church (900 W. Lincoln Blvd.)
Ferrahian High School (5300 White Oak Ave.)
For Information Call 818-971-5065