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Commemoration of Sumgait and Baku Massacre

Commemoration of Sumgait and Baku Massacre

Sunday, Feb 26 Religion Armenian Genocide Other

Please join St. Gregory Mission Parish of Brooklyn and ANC of NY for commemoration of Sumgait/Baku massacres on Sunday, February 26. Armenian community of USA will never forget hundreds of massacred civilians in Sumgait, Kirovabad, Maragha and Baku in Azerbaijan. Please join us for Commemorating the fallen victims.

Armenian Genocide memoirs in Italy

Armenian Genocide memoirs in Italy

Tuesday, Feb 28 Arts and Culture Armenian Genocide

Public lecture on "Diaspora memoirs: The Case of Armenians in Italy” by Dr. Sona Haroutyunian, professor of Armenian language and literature at Ca'Foscari University of Venice, Italy.

Film premiere of They Shall Not Perish: The Story of Near East Relief

Film premiere of They Shall Not Perish: The Story of Near East Relief

Saturday, Apr 8 Arts and Culture Armenian Genocide

This much-anticipated documentary, produced by Shant Mardirossian and award-winning director George Billard, details the unprecedented humanitarian efforts of thousands of Americans who saved a generation of orphans and refugees after the collapse of the Ottoman Empire during and after World War I. Both screenings will be followed by a Q&A with our filmmakers and historians Peter Balakian, Susan Harper, and Taner Akçam.

An evening with Lara Setrakian

An evening with Lara Setrakian

Tuesday, Apr 11 Armenian Genocide

Hovnanian School and AIWA NJ present Lara Setrakian, the award winning journalist, content strategist, and entrepreneur in a special presentation “Healing from the Armenian Genocide.”

Staged reading of the play "DAYBREAK"

Staged reading of the play "DAYBREAK"

Friday, Apr 21 Arts and Culture Armenian Genocide

DAYBREAK is a new play that highlights Armenian-American history, an emotionally powerful story that transforms darkness to light and hope for the future. Set in three different time periods, the play is inspired by the true stories of two women friends who are both survivors of the Armenian genocide. Fusing dream, memory, storytelling, music, and dance, the play carries the story of these women into the 21st century future, and celebrates the endurance of the human spirit.

Remembering the Armenian Genocide

Remembering the Armenian Genocide

Sunday, Apr 23 Armenian Genocide

Every Armenian in the greater New York region needs to be a part of the annual commemoration of the Armenian Genocide in New York City. Free bus and transportation to and from Time Square will be provided.

Armenian Genocide Commemoration at Sts. Vartanantz Armenian Apostolic Church

Armenian Genocide Commemoration at Sts. Vartanantz Armenian Apostolic Church

Monday, Apr 24 Armenian Genocide

Special Guest Speakers H.E. Ambassador Zohrab Mnatsakanyan Permanent Representative of Armenia to the U.N and Former Ambassador to Republic of Armenia.

They Shall Not Perish - Documentary Film Screening

They Shall Not Perish - Documentary Film Screening

Wednesday, Apr 26 Armenian Genocide

'They Shall Not Perish: The Story of Near East Relief' - The Heroic American Response to the Refugee Crisis During the Armenian Genocide. The film details the unprecedented humanitarian efforts of thousands of Americans who saved a generation of orphans and refugees after the collapse of the Ottoman Empire during and after World War I. Executive Producer, Shant Mardirossian will be present to conduct an engaging Q&A.

Spring Concert of Armenian Composers

Spring Concert of Armenian Composers

Friday, Apr 28 Arts and Culture Armenian Genocide

Concert featuring Award Winning Hayarpi Grigoryan Dayian, from Yerevan, Armenia.

"Forced into Genocide" - A Book Presentation by Adrienne G. Alexanian at AGBU

"Forced into Genocide" - A Book Presentation by Adrienne G. Alexanian at AGBU

Wednesday, May 10 Arts and Culture Armenian Genocide

"Forced into Genocide" is the riveting memoir of Yervant Edward Alexanian: an eye-witness to the massacre and dislocation of his family and countrymen in Ottoman Turkey during World War I.

120th Anniversary Banquet Luncheon of Armenian Evangelical Church of New York

120th Anniversary Banquet Luncheon of Armenian Evangelical Church of New York

Saturday, Jun 10 Arts and Culture Religion Armenian Genocide

Celebrate with us and support the FIRST ARMENIAN CHURCH established in New York City. Enjoy award-winning food, a talk by the esteemed Donald Wilson Bush, and songs by the inspirational a cappella trio Zulal. Join us at our 120th Anniversary Banquet Luncheon and help the Armenian Evangelical Church of New York, once a haven for Armenian genocide survivors, continue to be a place where disciples of Jesus Christ are made in New York City.

“Forced into Genocide” A Book Presentation by Adrienne G. Alexanian

“Forced into Genocide” A Book Presentation by Adrienne G. Alexanian

Thursday, Nov 2 Arts and Culture Armenian Genocide

"Forced into Genocide" is the riveting memoir of Yervant Edward Alexanian: an eye-witness to the massacre and dislocation of his family and countrymen in Ottoman Turkey during World War I.

Incredibly, Alexanian experienced the Armenian Genocide as a conscript in the Turkish army. His memoir is a one-of-a-kind insider's acount documenting the Genoside's astonishing cruelty - but also its rare, unexpected acts of humanity. no comparable account exists in the literature of the Armenian Genocide. This edition, tranlated froom Aexanisn's hand-written cronicle, includes rare documents and photos that the author preserved. 

Nuné Melik: Hidden Treasure Album Launch Recital/Party: Music from Armenia

Nuné Melik: Hidden Treasure Album Launch Recital/Party: Music from Armenia

Friday, Dec 1 Arts and Culture Religion Armenian Genocide Other

Gotham Arts is delighted to present an album launch party and recital by violinist Nuné Melik and pianist Michel-Alexandre Brokaert. Music is from their new album Hidden Treasure featuring beautiful, passionate, and heartbreaking music from Armenia. Hidden Treasure is the result of several years of research by Melik, a Siberian-born violinist of Armenian and Georgian heritage.

Advancing Civilian Protection: Human Rights in Times of Upheaval

Advancing Civilian Protection: Human Rights in Times of Upheaval

Wednesday, Dec 6 Armenian Genocide Other

In recognition of the International Day of Commemoration and Dignity of the Victims of the Crime of Genocide and of the Prevention of this Crime, AGBU & NewsDeeply present a human rights panel.

The Forty Days of Musa Dagh Book Club

The Forty Days of Musa Dagh Book Club

Thursday, Apr 12 Arts and Culture Armenian Genocide

On the 85th Anniversary of its publication, join us in reading (or re-reading) this historical novel that brought the Armenian Genocide to the attention of the world. Then on April 12 hear 5 prominent American-Armenian authors share their reflections and Step Up To The Mic yourself to share your own thoughts! 

Flag Raising Ceremony

Flag Raising Ceremony

Saturday, Apr 21 Armenian Genocide

Proclamation Issued by Fort Lee Mayor Mark Sokolich, Esq. will be given to Artsakh Wounded Hero, Mgr. Sarkis Stepanyan.

Off-Broadway Premiere of Daybreak

Off-Broadway Premiere of Daybreak

Saturday, Apr 21 Arts and Culture Armenian Genocide

A lyrical new play about two Armenian women friends, survivors from 2015, who are transported with their families into the 21st century future. Written by Joyce Van Dyke, a descendant of Armenian genocide survivors, this production is supported by grants from AGBU and the National Endowment for the Arts.

100 Years & Beyond

100 Years & Beyond

Saturday, Apr 21 Arts and Culture Armenian Genocide Other

Hundreds of Armenian-American youth will gather once again in a show of solidarity on the eve of the Times Square Armenian Genocide Commemoration for a remembrance event held on April 21, at City Perch in Fort Lee, N.J.

Deradoorian, Bajakian & Semerdjian: An Evening of Poetry and New Music

Deradoorian, Bajakian & Semerdjian: An Evening of Poetry and New Music

Saturday, Apr 21 Arts and Culture Armenian Genocide

Three inventive artists get together for an evening of new music and poetry to raise consciousness around the 103rd worldwide commemoration of the Armenian Genocide. 

Times Square Armenian Genocide Commemoration

Times Square Armenian Genocide Commemoration

Sunday, Apr 22 Armenian Genocide

Join thousands to commemorate the 103rd anniversary of the Armenian Genocide at the crossroads of the world in Times Square, New York.

Let us come together in solidarity alongside noted politicians, academics and artists to show the world we will continue to remember and to honor the victims of the Armenian Genocide while advancing our fight towards justice and recognition.

March For Justice - Remembering the Armenian Genocide Martyrs

March For Justice - Remembering the Armenian Genocide Martyrs

Tuesday, Apr 24 Armenian Genocide

Under the Auspices of H. E. Archbishop Oshagan Choloyan, Prelate
Divine Liturgy - 10 am
Celebrant V. Rev. Fr. Zareh Sarkissian
St. Illuminator's Cathedral - 221 East 27th St, New York, NY 10016

March to the Turkish Consulate - 12:30 pm
825 Third Avenue, New York, NY 10022
 

Armenian Genocide Commemoration

Armenian Genocide Commemoration

Tuesday, Apr 24 Armenian Genocide

Commemoration of the 103-rd anniversary of the Armenian Genocide. 

April 24, Never Again

April 24, Never Again

Tuesday, Apr 24 Armenian Genocide

Keynote Speaker: ANCA National Chairman Raffi Hamparian
Guest Speaker: Mag. Sargis Stepanyan

Out of My Great Sorrows: The Armenian Genocide and Artist Mary Zakarian

Out of My Great Sorrows: The Armenian Genocide and Artist Mary Zakarian

Tuesday, Apr 24 Arts and Culture Armenian Genocide

A book presentation, art exhibit & discussion. Out of My Great Sorrows is the story of a woman whose life and work were largely shaped by the experiences of her parents, who were survivors of the 1915 Armenian Genocide.

Armenian Assembly of America National Advocacy Conference

Armenian Assembly of America National Advocacy Conference

Monday, Sep 24 Politics Armenian Genocide

Armenian Assembly of America’s National Advocacy Conference will take place in Washington, D.C. on September 24-25, 2018. Join us on Monday for the conference and welcome reception, and on Tuesday for the advocacy day on Capitol Hill, cocktail reception, and gala honoring Annie Simonian Totah. 

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