Topic: AIWA

By Sara Janjigian Trifiro SAN FRANCISCO — How do we honor our Armenian history while celebrating the global resilience of the Armenian spirit that has thrived for 106 years? That is what Christine Soussa asked the Armenian International[...]

BOSTON — The Armenian International Women’s Association (AIWA) announces that it is now accepting scholarship applications for the 2021-2022 academic year. The deadline for submission is April 19, 2021. New this year is the[...]

“That’s how the world is arranged: they can take anyone’s freedom from him, without a qualm. If we want to take back the freedom which is our birthright — they make us pay with our lives and the lives of all whom we meet on the[...]

Billed as “the first Armenian feminist novel,” Mayda packs a wallop. Srpuhi Dussap’s book, beautifully written and surprising until its final pages, treats important political and social issues but never bores. Conventional by[...]

By Anaïs DerSimonian Special to the Mirror-Spectator BOSTON — Diasporan-Armenian organizations — like their counterparts the world over during the COVID-19 era — have been forced to radically alter their practices to meet social[...]

BOSTON — The Armenian International Women’s Association (AIWA) announces the release of its latest book, Srpuhi Dussap’s pioneering Armenian feminist novel Mayda: Echoes of Protest. Published in 1883 in Istanbul, in the midst of an[...]

WATERTOWN – The documentary film “The Stateless Diplomat: Heroic Life of Diana Apcar,” by Mimi Malayan, will be shown at the Dorothy and Charles Mosesian Center for the Arts on Sunday, September 29 at 6 p.m. A reception and[...]

LOS ANGELES — Guests and members of the Los Angeles Affiliate of the Armenian International Women’s Association (AIWA) gathered for the Hasmik Mgrdichian Scholarship Spring Luncheon on June 8 at the home of Jack and Zarig Youredjian.[...]

WATERTOWN — The Armenian International Women’s Association (AIWA) hired its first fulltime executive director in November 2018. In that post, Rachel Onanian Nadjarian is attempting some major changes in direction for the organization.[...]

BOSTON — The Armenian International Women’s Association (AIWA) announced this week that Rachel Onanian Nadjarian has been named executive director of the non-profit organization, founded in 1991 and devoted to serving the needs of[...]