Posts tagged with ‘1915’

3 Items

Kirikian Armenian School Commemorates 104th Anniversary of Armenian Genocide

by Mary Ann Saraydarian
banner_Kirikian_Genocide_Commemoration

A beautifully written article on how we commemorated the 104th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, with the Kirikian Armenian School staff, students, and parents, and guest speaker, Ms. Lucine Kasbarian. Ms. Kasbarian encouraged the students to never forget our history in their future endeavors in life. She urged them to “incorporate the Armenian spirit in their lives – and that through our strength, we can demonstrate the valuable presence of Armenians in this world.”

The Forget Me Not Flower

by Alin Manukyan
Forget Me Not

In the basis of the etymology of the word forget-me-not lies the same meaning in different languages, i.e. “Remember!”, which is the main message of the Armenian Genocide Centennial. Besides, the flower was considered a symbol of God’s presence in the Middle Ages. The forget-me-not has five petals, each of which symbolizes the five continents, […]

Speech Delivered At Ellis Island Commemorating The Armenian Genocide

by Alin Manukyan
Ellis Island

A Message From Our Pastor, Very Rev. Fr. Papken Anoushian At Ellis Island on the 100th Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide “Ladies and Gentlemen: Today, we are here, at this historic site to remember one and a half million holy Martyrs of the Armenian Genocide which was designed and executed by the Turkish government of […]

X