Thursday, April 26, 2007

Who Remembers the Armenian Genocide? [Humboldt State]

Daniel Solomon, The Eureka Reporter, April 25, 2007

"The genocide has yet to be officially recognized by the United States government, but U.S. Rep. Mike Thompson has co-sponsored HR 106, The Armenian Genocide Resolution, for which Ekparian is thankful, as it shows steps are being taken to remember the millions who lost their lives."

US Ignores Genocide for Alliance's Sake [UCSD]

Robert Deranian, UCSD Guardian, April 26, 2007

"While Turkey's geopolitical significance is debatable, what should not be debatable is America's position on issues of moral justice. From its beginnings, America has strived for the ideal that there is something more than just self-interest, something that makes the world a better place - the existence of a high moral ground."

Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Month Calls to Mind Victims of Genocide [UCLA]

Jackie Barber, Daily Bruin, April 11, 2007

"Voices recounting tragic tales and staggering death tolls projected over a loudspeaker from Meyerhoff Park on Tuesday as speakers from several human rights groups promoted the Armenian Student Association’s Genocide Awareness Month, taking place all of April."

Concert not Canceled Due to Threats, President Says [Brown Univ]

Debbie Lehmann, The Brown Herald, April 10, 2007

"Izmailyan wrote that the musicians pulled out of the concert because many members of the Armenian community expressed concern about the "potential misuse of the event." The musicians "did not wish to participate in an event that the Armenian community was not united behind," he wrote."