Topic: Armenian Assembly of America

WASHINGTON —  The Armenian Assembly of America (Assembly) joined the Congressional Caucus on Armenian Issues this week for the annual commemoration of the Armenian Genocide on Capitol Hill. Prior to the commemoration, bipartisan[...]

PASADENA, Calif. — Elected officials and a cross-section of the Armenian American community of southern California, including Armenian Assembly of America members and supporters, gathered on January 13 to celebrate the new year at the[...]

WASHINGTON — In the House of Representatives, the Members of the Congressional Caucus on Armenian issues had a strong showing with the overwhelming majority (over 92 percent) of those seeking re-election winning in the 2018 midterm[...]

WASHINGTON — Armenian-American leaders and activists from across the country gathered earlier this Fall in the nation’s capital for the Armenian Assembly of America 2018 National Advocacy Conference and Gala in a unified effort to[...]

WASHINGTON — On October 4, during a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing, in response to questions posed by Ranking Member Robert Menendez (D-NJ), the US Ambassadorial nominee to Azerbaijan, Earle D. Litzenberger, stated that the[...]

WASHINGTON — When Annie Simonian Totah fights for Armenian Genocide recognition on Capitol Hill, the dispiriting thought of her parents in an orphanage takes centerstage. The daughter of Genocide survivors, Totah has made it one of her[...]

PHILADELPHIA — The Armenian Assembly of America will honor Life Trustees Peter and Irene Vosbikian with the Global Humanitarian Award at the Philadelphia Celebration on Saturday, April 28 at the National Constitution Center. The[...]

WASHINGTON — The Armenian Assembly of America’s Summer Internship Program in Armenia concluded in August. The program featured lectures and discussions with a wide range of officials and tours around the homeland. The eight-week[...]

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[...]

WASHINGTON — The Armenian Assembly of America welcome Rep. Dan Kildee (D-MI) to the Congressional Caucus on Armenian Issues. An Assembly delegation met with Kildee last month and discussed issues of concern to Armenian American[...]