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Zee
43:17
In the early 20th century Armenians suffered in the genocide inflicted on them by the Ottoman government of Turkey, in which 1.5 million Armenians were killed and many more dispersed throughout the world via Syria and Lebanon.
Zee
45:33
Armenia's Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said early Tuesday he signed an agreement with the leaders of Azerbaijan and Russia to end the war over the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region. I was reading an article :)
Ruzanna Baytaryan
50:58
Thank you! It is Artsakh!
Annie Aboulian
51:15
Yes, Ruzanna! :)
Ruzanna Baytaryan
52:48
Karabakh in Turkish means Black (dark) yards.
Ruzanna Baytaryan
01:01:06
Besides, Azerbaijan was supported by Turkey militarily and politically.
Ruzanna Baytaryan
01:02:16
Nakhichivan, used to be Armenian land as well.
Larry Schallert
01:06:14
thanks very much; will watch the recording later. this is great. Have to attend another meeting
Julie Johnson (she, her, hers)
01:15:18
So powerful
Britney Ortiz
01:16:56
this is really informative! thank you so much. this is such an amazing meet. i would love to know what else i can do in support Armenian cultures
Julie Johnson (she, her, hers)
01:18:06
Thank you
Gregory Hosharian
01:18:19
Hello everyone. Thank you Alene and others for doing this! Even knowing so much of this information myself, there is so much more to learn for me and I’m very happy to be here
Angeli Francois
01:18:32
How does the erasure impact how families raise their children?
Britney Ortiz
01:19:04
great question angeli!
Bianca Philippi
01:19:51
How do we preserve identity and culture when there may be different experiences and perspectives passed down academically and otherwise?
Angeli Francois
01:19:52
Thank you
rosanna
01:30:55
Very well described Arthur
Gregory Hosharian
01:33:50
Thank you Arthur for the information. I’ve been a part of several musical projects to raise funds for the people and soldiers of Artsakh and continue to make music for Armenia and Artsakh
Mary Angelino
01:37:36
So beautiful & inspiring!
Ruzanna Baytaryan
01:41:32
This is breaking my heart! But, we will rise again!
rosanna
01:42:10
watching this always makes me cry. I was last in that church in 2018
Gregory Hosharian
01:47:21
Yes of course! It’s great that they came together to do this
Annie Aboulian
01:47:40
I thought you would appreciate this one, Gregory, from your previous comment! :)
Gregory Hosharian
01:48:18
Yes! I love everything you are all presenting.
Flavio Medina-Martin (He/Him/His/El)
02:00:29
Thank you for sharing Alene! very impactful...
Ruzanna Baytaryan
02:01:10
Alene, you stated so beautifully. I have the exact same feelings about Armenia--my home land and my mother land!
Rosario Gonzalez
02:01:25
Thank you all!
Flavio Medina-Martin (He/Him/His/El)
02:03:22
Thank you for sharing Annie!
Flavio Medina-Martin (He/Him/His/El)
02:05:51
Thank you for sharing Arthur !!
AJ Almeda
02:06:00
Beautiful histories from all 3 of you! Thank you for sharing.
Maral Markarian
02:06:15
Every time an Armenian gives a little of their own history, the rest of us Armenians feel exactly the same thing
Rochelle Guardado (she/her)
02:06:20
Thank you so much!
Julie Johnson (she, her, hers)
02:06:22
Thank you so much for this beautiful, powerful presentation!
Maral Markarian
02:06:31
How is that for gaslighting!
Maral Markarian
02:06:46
Beautiful presentation. Thank you!
Wiggi
02:06:51
Many, many thanks for sharing your stories.
Annie Aboulian
02:06:52
Thank you all for being here and sharing this with us.
Arthur Kayzakian
02:07:09
Thank you so much everyone <3
Ruzanna Baytaryan
02:08:23
Thank you so very much!!!
kathy
02:08:25
Thank you all - I learned so much!
Tracey Sherard
02:09:31
This has been amazing. Thank you, Annie, Arthur, and Alene!
Angeli Francois
02:11:35
@Brenda beautiful thoughts
Gregory Hosharian
02:11:43
Thank you Brenda
Annie Aboulian
02:12:00
Thank you so much for your comments, Pamela and Brenda!
Kristina Chelebyan
02:12:07
Thank you Brenda