Survival Pictures will donate 100% of its proceeds from the sales of The Promise DVDs purchased through special websites iTunes and Amazon “genocideeducation” web sales of The Promise to The Genocide Education Project and other Armenian Genocide education initiatives. Continue reading
The 2017 Northeast Regional Conference for the Social Studies welcomed educators from across the east coast with the theme, “Social Studies Matters: A Strong Citizenry Through a Well-Rounded Education.”
Glendale, CA – The Glendale Unified School District and The Genocide Education Project (GenEd) hosted a 2-day teacher-training workshop on Genocide education, using the Armenian Genocide as a case study.
“In my 20 years of teaching in this district, this workshop was by far the best, most informative, and most beneficial workshop of my career,” wrote Angelina Dawson, a history teacher at Rosemont Middle School.
The San Francisco Bay Area community welcomed The Genocide Education Project (GenEd) and The Other Side of Home filmmakers Naré Mkrtchyan and Iliana Guevara at events in San Francisco and Sunnyvale, November 18 & 19, 2016. Continue reading
- Michigan and Rhode Island enact laws on genocide education
- German parliament recognizes Armenian Genocide
- Pope Francis visits Armenia, promotes Armenian Genocide remembrance
Watertown, MA, June 10 – The Genocide Education Project provided a comprehensive, full-day teacher-training workshop for Boston-area History and English teachers.
Co-hosted by Armenian Library and Museum of America, the National Association for Armenian Studies and Research, Watertown and Boston Public Schools, and Project Save, and with the participation of the USC Shoah Foundation, the wide-ranging workshop included a tour of ALMA and a special meeting with 106-year old Armenian Genocide survivor, Asdghig Alemian. Continue reading
GenEd presented the full-day workshop “The Armenian Genocide – 100 Years: Fundamentals of Teaching about the Prototype Genocide of the Modern Era through Primary Sources” for Boston-area social studies and English educators. The workshop included various approaches to teaching the subject including use of oral histories, written memoirs, essays, and interactive projects.
A Bakersfield, CA student has made her way to the final competition for National History Day with a performance called Genocide Denied; The Violent Encounter of 1915. Having won the county-level and state competitions, Fruitvale Jr. High student Lauren Bittle is now raising funds through a GoFundMe.com campaign to help attend the national contest a the University of Maryland, June 12-16.
- Pasadena High School Mounts Commemorative Art Installation
- Hollister Teacher Fights Genocide Denial with Op-Ed