So much is going on around the world to honor the 1.5 million Armenians massacred 100 years ago (this April 24th) by the hands of the Turkish government. At times, it seems hard to follow all that will occur this year.
The 100 Years, 100 Facts Project website “was born out of a strong desire to commemorate the centennial of the Armenian Genocide in a meaningful manner”. The purpose of this project is to create awareness and educate the masses about the events surrounding the Armenian Genocide.
I first heard of this project on Twitter and soon we followed each other. This is an outstanding website and I encourage all my readers to check it out.
I want to thank them for linking me and my documentary project as part of their comprehensive listing of Armenian Genocide Centennial Initiatives under the Films category.
As we say in Armenian, Ապրես (Apres) — good job!