Armenian National Committee Of America

Armenian National Committee Of America
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888 17th St NW
Washington, DC 20006
(202) 775-1918
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RT @iamandreamartin: You must see @thepromisefilm. A brave epic film about Armenians, the genocide that killed 1.5 million, & the persevera…

RT @ChristianToday: .@thepromisefilm out this wkend - essential viewing for Christians. Read our in depth chat with producer @esrailian: ht…

RT @esrailian: Thank U @glennbeck - human rights abusers/denialists R out in full force & we appreciate your support @thepromisefilm #KeepT…

ANCA added 18 new photos — with Gayane Hovasapyan.
From the Pacific to the Mediterranean. Armenians and non-Armenians from all over the world storming the theaters and pledging to #KeepThePromise Keep those photos and messages coming by FB, text or email ( #NeverStaySilent | The Promise | Eric Esrailian

RT @uaiartza: Armenian Community in BasqueCountry will unveil a jachcar in Donostia as symbol of Basque Armenian friendship. շատ շնորհակալ…

California Lt Gov @GavinNewsom endorses @thepromisefilm, calls on @POTUS to properly mark #Armenian #Genocide.…

Gavin Newsom, California's Lieutenant Governor, solemnly marks April 24th, commends The Promise, calls on President Donald J. Trump to properly commemorate the Armenian Genocide. Watch and share using the #KeepThePromise and #NeverStaySilent Eric Esrailian Survival Pictures Never Stay Silent Open Road Films AMC Theatres Regal Cinemas ANCA Watch the Promise - early, often, and with friends. Theater listings: Take action:

ANCA shared a link.
George Clooney filmed a short PSA for "The Promise," which is about the Armenian genocide.

April 24th | DC Scene-setter Approaching April 24th, there are a number of old and also a few new factors likely to influence how the White House will address the Armenian Genocide in the annual statement that we anticipate President Trump will release this coming Monday. The factors aligned against honest American remembrance of the Armenian Genocide are well known - from global geopolitics all the way down to backroom deals. So, without venturing any predictions, here are some of the newer variables to this equation: -- The Promise, a major motion picture about the Armenian Genocide that opened in over 2,100 theaters on the eve of April 24th. This film has dramatically raised public awareness of this human rights issue, ensuring that President Trump's position on the Armenian Genocide will draw unprecedented national and international media attention. -- Growing impatience and even open frustration within the U.S. foreign policy community regarding Turkish President Erdogan's increasingly authoritarian and anti-American behavior. -- Confusion and internal conflict within the Turkish American lobby, perhaps best illustrated by the infighting between backers of Erdogan, Kemalists, Gulenists, and traditional pro-Ankara corporate interests. -- Congressional pressure, including a letter by 84 U.S. Representatives, among them the bipartisan leadership of the House Foreign Affairs and Intelligence committees, calling on President Trump to properly commemorate the Armenian Genocide on April 24th. -- Well-connected American Americans Republicans, from California and across America, who have thoughtfully and assertively leveraged their connections at the most senior levels of the White House. -- An increased focus on the modern day genocidal attacks on Christians and other at-risk religious minorities across the Middle East. -- An unorthodox President who has demonstrated a willingness to break with policies advanced by previous Republican and Democratic administrations, and - more specifically - advanced an "America first" approach to international affairs that openly challenges foreign interests seeking to shape U.S. policies. -- A new presidential term, representing a potential pivot point on the Armenian Genocide, one that provides U.S. policymakers the opportunity to revisit and revise the vestigial and now clearly irrational and outdated Cold War privileges afforded to Ankara, and - more broadly - the chance to divest themselves of the considerable moral and material burden that complicity in Turkey's denials has forced U.S. diplomacy to shoulder for the past century. For his part, President Trump prioritizes speaking in an authentically American voice. He campaigned aggressively against foreign lobbyists - exactly the type of well-paid agents who are, today, working every angle to block proper American commemoration of the Armenian Genocide. He certainly did not campaign as a candidate who would outsource U.S. positions to foreign nations. By his own standards, the President should - out of hand - reject any attempt by another country to impose a gag-rule on the United States. According to his own terms, President Trump's choices this April 24th are stark: Stand up for the truth or cave in to Turkey. Aram Suren Hamparian, ANCA Asbarez News The Armenian Weekly The Promise Never Stay Silent The White House U.S. Department of State Congressman David G. Valadao Congressman Dave Trott Rep. Gus Bilirakis Frank Pallone Jr. Congresswoman Jackie Speier Congressman Adam Schiff American Hellenic Institute Hellenic American Leadership Council Order of AHEPA Manatos & Manatos A Demand For Action In Defense of Christians #KeepThePromise #NeverStaySilent

Turkey Doesn’t Want You to See ‘The Promise’ This Weekend — Here’s Why You Should Eric Esrailian Survival Pictures Open Road Films The Promise Never Stay Silent Regal Cinemas AMC Theatres ANCA Source:
tells the story of 1.5 million Armenian Christians slaughtered under the Ottoman Empire at the turn of the last century in modern day Turkey. It’s an epic tale starring