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Poland, Auschwitz Birkenau

This post is the most challenging I’ve ever written.

That’s because it is about my visit to Auschwitz Birkenau. Some of you will know I have a mixed heritage so this visit was especially important to me. 417 more words


1.5 Million


LIVE as Armenians, brethren, in this world!
That name to us do history’s pages give ; 431 more words

Armenian Genocide Remeberance Day

We are a people that can never be broken

We are a memory you suppressed in your mind

Tan, yellow skin


A civilization as old as time… 266 more words


March to Protect History

Today, Armenians commemorate those who lost their lives during the Genocide on April 24, the day in 1915 when several hundred Armenian intellectuals and professionals were arrested and executed as the start of the genocide. 400 more words


The March for Freedom - A Story of a Teenager’s Survival

“It was a bloodbath. I thought I was going to die”, he emotionally said while holding back his tears. As he spoke, you could hear the slight quiver in his voice which resonated from pain, sadness and of despair. 1,175 more words


Small Country by Gaël Faye

Thank you to Crown Publishing Hogarth and NetGalley for an early review copy of Small Country by Gaël Faye, which will publish June 5, 2018.  All thoughts are my own. 222 more words

Beauty Queens

Mr. Assad is back in the news. This time, he has used chemical weapons against his own people yet again, in addition to massive artillery bombardment of a residential neighbourhood in the capital of his country, in an outrage that he and his military can scarcely masquerade as a war.  831 more words

Cartoons More Likely To Get Me Killed