Lecture honors Armenian Genocide

Daron Kachatourian, a past president of the Armenian Cultural Foundation, talks about the history of the Armenian Genocide and the effects of what happened afterward at the Hot Spots lecture held in honor of Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day on Wednesday via Zoom. / screenshot by Rachel Kendrick
Daron Kachatourian, a past president of the Armenian Cultural Foundation, talks about the history of the Armenian Genocide and the effects of what happened afterward at the Hot Spots lecture held in honor of Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day on Wednesday via Zoom. / screenshot by Rachel Kendrick
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