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When Genocide is Caught on Film

From the New York Times Book Review by Susie Linfield THE RAVINEA Family, a Photograph, a Holocaust Massacre RevealedBy Wendy Lower “What does one do upon discovering a photograph that documents a murder?” Wendy Lower asks in her new book, “The Ravine.” Lower, a...

Statement on Nagorno-Karabakh

The Mgrublian Center condemns the violence against civilians in the Nagorno-Karabakh (Republic of Artsakh) region.  Heavily comprised of Armenians since the 8th century BC, Nagorno-Karabakh lies within a mountainous region of Azerbaijan.  While conflict is not new to...

2020-21 Research Fellowships – Call for Applications!

The Mgrublian Center for Human Rights is currently accepting applications for the 7th annual Human Rights Student Research Fellowship Program. Research fellows work closely with a faculty advisor on a year-long (2020-21 academic year) project related to the...

Armenian Genocide Commemoration

From LAist.com April 24th, 2020 marks Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day. Despite the “shelter in place” directive there are still many ways to commemorate this day and to support communities in need. Here’s How LA’s Armenian Community Is...

Atrocity Prevention Simulation

Join the Mgrublian, Keck, and Salvatori Centers on Friday, March 6th for a one-day Atrocity Prevention Simulation. Work with expert practitioners to devise policies and strategies to de-escalate an international atrocity situation in “real-time”. RSVP now...

U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Statement on Syria

UNITED STATES HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL MUSEUM WARNS OF INCREASED SECTARIAN VIOLENCE IN SYRIA WASHINGTON, DC — “For over nine years, Syrians have been crying out for help,” said Naomi Kikoler, Director of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s Simon-Skjodt...