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  • Rev. Asa Kent Jennings to be Posthumously Honored by the Raoul Wallenberg Foundation

    NEW YORK CITY – The Board of the International Raoul Wallenberg Foundation has resolved to pay tribute to the legacy of Rev. Asa Kent Jennings in a series of activities that will be made public soon. Jennings was an American hero who saved 350,000 people in 11 days and 1,250,000 people in 10 months at […]

  • Human Rights Court Rules Turkey Cannot Criminalize Genocide Recognition

    STRASBOURG—The European Court of Human Rights on Tuesday unanimously ruled that the recognition of the Armenian Genocide cannot be criminalized in Turkey. The verdict stemmed from a case brought to the court by noted scholar Taner Akcam. In the case Taner Akcam vs. Turkey, the court ruled that Turkey’s ongoing criminal prosecution of scholarship on […]

  • The Legacy of a Bloodbath: Black January and the Pogroms of Baku

    January 19 marks the end of the bloody Baku Pogroms, during which the Armenian population of Baku was ethnically cleansed from the Azerbaijani capital in a week-long bloodbath that left hundreds dead, thousands wounded and many more without homes. The campaign, which began on January 13, lasted seven-days until the Kremlin finally deployed Soviet Troops […]