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GREAT NECK, N.Y.  —  Sometimes fairy tales don’t come true. The story of Anoush Mathevosian and the Armenian Genocide museum in Washington, DC is one such case. Anoush’s grandfather was killed in the Genocide, and her father[...]

LOS ANGELES — In 1967, a group of Armenian-Americans organized by the National Association for Armenian Studies and Research (NAASR) were among the first to travel to Historic Armenia to find traces of their roots the Turks had left[...]

DES MOINES, Iowa — Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds issued a proclamation on Friday, August 25, commemorating the Ottoman Turkish Government’s murder of over 2.5 million Armenians, Greeks, Assyrians and Syriacs, making Iowa the 47th US state[...]

GLENDALE — On Thursday, August 17, the Armenian National Committee of America-Glendale held a press conference at the Americana at Brand to update the media and the community at large on its next steps in addressing the issue surrounding[...]