Topic: Armenian National Institute

NEW YORK — Benefactor, real estate entrepreneur and public health administrator Anoush Mathevosian passed away at the end of June 2022 in New York. Mathevosian was born in New Julfa, Iran in 1926 as one of eight children of a priest. Her[...]

LONDON — George Jerjian calls himself a “mindset mentor,” and writes self-help books for baby boomers about how to find purpose and passion in their retirement. He practices what he preaches. Jerjian has made it one of his own[...]

WASHINGTON — Dr. Rouben Adalian, director of the Armenian National Institute, spoke about the significance of President Joe Biden’s affirmation of the Armenian Genocide during the Armenian Assembly of America’s Summer Speaker Series[...]

By Alin K. Gregorian and Aram Arkun BOSTON — Starting on the afternoon (ET) of April 24, 2021, members of the Armenian community could talk about little else other than President Biden’s statement unambiguously recognizing the Armenian[...]

WASHINGTON — The Armenian National Institute (ANI) announced the launch of an Arabic version of its website on the Armenian Genocide, which will continue to be expanded over the coming months. The site can be accessed at[...]

WASHINGTON — Since its launch two years ago, the Armenian National Institute (ANI) Turkish language website has been continuously expanded with major additions made throughout the course of 2019, now augmented by the Armenian Genocide[...]

WASHINGTON — The Armenian National Institute (ANI) launched a new 24-panel digital exhibit displaying the role of the YMCA and American relief work during the first republic of Armenia (1918-1920). The exhibit focuses on John Elder and[...]