Topic: Armenian National Committee of America

We were among the skeptics who had reservations about Lilit Makunts’ appointment as ambassador in Washington. But once she assumed her position she became the symbol of the Republic of Armenia in this nation’s capital, and therefore[...]

BELMONT, Mass. — The National Association for Armenian Studies and Research (NAASR) will present a webinar on “Genocide Education in Massachusetts: A New Mandate, a New Era, and New Challenges,” on Thursday, February 3, at 7:30 pm[...]

WASHINGTON — In its final hours, the Trump Administration signed a disastrous bilateral U.S.-Turkey Memorandum of Understanding granting Turkey legal rights over the vast religious-cultural heritage of the region’s indigenous peoples[...]

By Stephen Kurkjian Special to the Mirror-Spectator BOSTON — With the news in March that Alabama had become the 49th state in the country to adopt a resolution recognizing the Armenian Genocide, Aram Hamparian, the executive director of[...]

BOSTON — A coalition comprising Armenian, Jewish, educational and activist groups has banded together in support of a bill put forward by state Rep. Jeffrey Roy that, if passed, would make teaching about the Jewish Holocaust, Armenian[...]

LANSING, MI — Michigan became the eighth US state to recognize the independent Republic of Artsakh (Nagorno Karabakh), with the overwhelming bipartisan passage of S.R.99, spearheaded by Senator David Knezek (D – 5th District). The[...]