The Armenian Genocide
On April 24, 1915 the Turkish Government and the Ottoman empire committed a terrible criminal act against humanity, tried to wipe out a whole race and culture. They killed 1.5 Million Armenians, stole our precious landmarks, churches, lands, Mount Ararat, pulled the rug right under us. The blood, flesh, bones, decapitation, tears, fears, displacing people from their homes, families, with Armenians changing their Armenian names to something Turkish so that they will not be targeted and where they will feel protected from harms way. The Turkish Government still denies and lies about ever committing Genocide against the Armenians and also still fails to recognize.
We will prevail, Justice is timeless.
This is why it is imperative to spread Genocide awareness as much as we can so that history will never repeat itself again.
In 2015, we commemorated the centennial. 100 years have gone by and this year in 2016 is the 101st. After 100 years, we will still continue to spread Genocide prevention.
Recognize, Acknowledge, Awareness, Educate, Prevent.
Those are the key components to Genocide prevention.
Not just for the Armenians, but all those in the world who have had to unfortunately, deal with Genocide in other cultures, races.
We received a lot of Global recognition last year which was incredible with all the coverage, letting people know about us, being put on the map, and addressing this very important subject.
Let us utilize the same energy we had during the Armenian Genocide 100th Centennial in 2015 and bring that same drive into 2016, to be big in numbers once again during peace demonstrations, marches, vigils, and so much more.
We are almost a month away from the 101st Armenian Genocide commemoration.