Dedicated to the study, research, and affirmation of the Armenian Genocide
Explore how to teach about genocide. Featured are a resource guide, a reference section, sample curricula, information on video documentaries, a suggested reading list, and a genocide FAQ.
Examine the historical record. Photo collections, a detailed chronology, sample archival documents, international conventions, a survey of press coverage, and a guide to bibliographies are offered.
Survey official statements, resolutions, proclamations, and reports affirming the genocide. Excerpts from the 1919 Turkish Military Tribunal and the 1920 Treaty of Sèvres are included.
Dive indepth into a single topic related to the genocide. Each PDF-file exhibit is the product of extensive research and incorporates a rich archive of photos, maps, and illustrations.
Visit the Armenian Genocide Museum of America. Dedicated to educating the public about the continuing consequences of the Armenian Genocide. Inaugurated online April 24, 2015, as a centenary project.
Learn about ANI's goals, programs, and organizational structure. FAQ on the organization is also available.