January 8, 2010
I am working on a book and documentary project concerning the Armenian Genocide. In addition to the stories of my grandparents and their peers, I wish to include family histories, stories, letters, photos and any other information or documentation that may fit. Please contact me if you have anything you wish to share.
November 4, 2009
We need your family names, stories, pictures, oral personal histories and video testimonials. We are also seeking translators and research assistants to help us with this worldwide Armenian Genocide documentation effort. Help us respond to the Armenia-Turkey Protocols call for an investigation into our history.
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October 30, 2009
This is a very important time. Whether you volunteer as a translator, contributor of your family’s history, refer this website to people who can help this effort–your time and involvement is greatly appreciated.
Please keep passing the word —
Yesterday, I met with a young woman who works with Armenian Genocide survivors. She told me that just since this past April 24 (Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day), 3 more survivors have passed on at the nursing home she visits.
We are in a race against time to preserve the remaining survivor stories and memories of all those loved ones our survivors (and we) lost during the Armenian Genocide, conducted by the Ottoman Turks.
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