About

An American Stand against Genocide

Learn about the Armenian Genocide:

-- The Forgotten
http://www.theforgotten.org
Website includes a timeline and media coverage on the Armenian Genocide.

-- 20 Voices
http://www.twentyvoices.com
20 firsthand stories from the Armenian Genocide with videos, interactive sections, and information on the survivors' journey to America.

-- Center for Excellence on the Study of the Holocaust, Genocide, Human Rights, and Tolerance
http://www.csuchico.edu/mjs/center/teaching_resources/armenia/articles/
A compilation of articles and essays on the Armenian Genocide.

-- The Genocide Education Project

A “Resource Library” with links, survivor accounts, maps, news, & events.
http://www.genocideeducation.org

-- View a map of the Armenian Genocide
http://www.anca.org/genocide_resource/images/GenocideMapPrintable.pdf

-- Read eyewitness accounts of U.S. diplomats documenting the Armenian Genocide
http://www.anca.org/genocide_resource/records.php

-- View the list of over 20 countries and 42 U.S. states that have recognized the Armenian Genocide
http://www.anca.org/endthegagrule/pdfs/International_genocide_recognition.pdf

-- United States Presidents have referenced the Hamidian massacres of 1894-1896 and the Armenian Genocide in various forms. Read their statements.
http://www.anca.org/genocide_resource/president_statements.php

-- View the ANCA Student Resource Guide on the Armenian Genocide
http://www.anca.org/endthegagrule/pdfs/ArmenianGenocide_StudentResources.pdf

1. To empower the US Government with the lessons of the Armenian Genocide in order to help prevent future genocides.