I feel I am able to communicate
well and I have a good grounding
in people skills.......Basically
all humanity is the same!
The foundation of this blog was cemented by the Assassination of Hrant Dink on 19.01.07. I was listening to Setrak Setrakian’s rendition of Arno Babajanian’s composition, Elegy. So
moved by Hrant’s shortened life by the virtue of speaking his mind that I wrote the poem, ‘Without You’ with Hrant's family in mind. The subject matter of the recognition of the ‘Genocide of the Armenians in 1915,’ is very much at the heart and the minds of Armenian's Internationally.
I want to say: 'Thank you,'
to Keith for the Creation
and Launch of,
and Armenag for the sources
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WLCU 17th World Congress Adopts Resolution on Worldwide Commemoration of May 6, 1916 Martyrs Day of Lebanon
By Appo JabarianExecutive Publisher/Managing EditorUSA Armenian Life Magazine
In late March, World Lebanese Cultural Union, a popular and the largest Lebanese Diasporan cultural and educational structure, further enriched the impressive history of Lebanese people and Lebanon during a cornerstone week in Mexico City. Delegates representing over 150 chapters from around the globe gathered in to hold the 17th World Congress of WLCU.
WLCU Holds 17th World Congress, Evaluates Bi-annual Performance, Elects New Officers and Adopts Resolutions
Mexico City -- Delegates representing over 150 World Lebanese Cultural Union chapters from around the globe, gathered in Mexico City in late March to hold 17th World Congress of WLCU.
Representatives from United States and Canada, Latin America, Brazil, Europe, Asia, Africa, and Australia and New Zealand, converged in Mexico’s capital at the “Centro Libanes” to evaluate past two years’ performance; to review and update the by-laws of this unique Lebanese global structure; and to chart the course for the following two years and beyond by adopting resolutions on future educational and cultural activities. Read More