Armenian General Benevolant Union

Armenian General Benevolant Union
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7248 N Harlem Ave
Chicago, IL 60631
(773) 792-0344
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Though we Armenians know this history all too well, this article gives great background for those less familiar with the history of the Armenian Genocide, prior to seeing The Promise in theaters this weekend! #KeepThePromise #NeverStaySilent
It began on April 24, 1915

The New York Times calls him the 'Sherlock Holmes of the Armenian Genocide', but many in the Armenian community have read and followed Taner Akcam's work for years. Recently, Professly Akcam has found a key telegram which he calls, 'the last brick in the denialists' wall.' #KeepThePromise #NeverStaySilent The Promise Taner Akcam
Turkish denials have long rested on the lack of documentary evidence. But a researcher says he has found a crucial telegram about the World War I-era atrocity.

Though he is not Armenian himself, the effect of writing music for The Promise had such an effect on singer/songwriter Chris Cornell that he reportedly had 'daymares' from the severity of the subject matter. We appreciate his contribution to this important film and cause. #KeepThePromise #NeverStaySilent
Soundgarden's Chris Cornell talked to Billboard about creating the end-title song for “The Promise” and how he doubting he was the right man for the job.

AGBU with Svetlana Aleksanyan.
Dear Friends: By now you have heard about the importance of the beautifully executed film, The Promise brought to us by the late Kirk Kerkorian. Many of you have plans to see the movie or have gone opening night. We are simply not doing enough. We must bring our elderly community to show them we have succeeded in preserving our history. We must bring our teenagers to show them our story is as important as those of their peers. And we must all bring our professional and non-Armenian networks to teach them about the truth. Hollywood cares about its numbers and we are not showing our numbers. This is not about individual organizations or divisions. This is our one chance to stand united. On behalf of all Armenians, we must do better. If you went to the movies last night, go again tonight. Once is not enough. Join the movement. Sincerely, Berge Setrakian The Promise #KeepThePromise #NeverStaySilent

Terrific interview with Executive Producer of the Promise about why making the film was so necessary. #KeepThePromise It is imperative to fill the theaters tonight. If 75% of Armenians in Los Angeles ALONE attended, we would be the the #2 movie. It's in OUR hands. #NeverStaySilent The Promise
Filmmaker Ralph Winter shares his motivation for making "The Promise" and how filming a movie about the Armenian Genocide of 1915 affected the cast and crew.

Our students at the @agbumhs vowing to #KeepThePromise…

Amazing! If 75% of Armenians in Los Angeles alone went to see @thepromisefilm tonight, we would be the #2 film!…

RT @PeterKoutoujian: Excited to see this important movie with my sons. #KeepThePromise please catch a screening in a theater near you this…

RT @OneRepublic: .@thepromisefilm is out now. See the film, get @chriscornell’s The Promise single, #keepthepromise…

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