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Through the centuries, artists have grappled with the portrayal of human suffering. For Armenian-American artist Michael Aram, who set out to make a sculpture to commemorate the centennial year of the Armenian Genocide of 1915, the central question was this: “How would I start telling the story of my family, and the millions like them, who found no words to tell their own story?”

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By Florence Avakian

Electricity was in the air as more than 200 people streamed into Haik and Alice Kavookjian Auditorium of the Diocese of the Armenian Church of America (Eastern) on June 26, 2015, to hear the acclaimed Huyser Music Ensemble.

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By Florence Avakian

An estimated 15,000 people from all over America’s east coast took part in the Armenian Genocide Centennial gathering in Times Square, New York City, on Sunday, April 26, 2015—the largest such gathering in the history of the event.

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Close to 2,000 worshippers gathered at St. Vartan Armenian Cathedral in New York on Easter Sunday and greeted one another with the joyous words, “Krisdos haryav ee merelotz! Orhnyal eh harootiunun Krisdosee!” during church services at the cathedral on April 5.

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