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The newspaper's Web site includes a comprehensive list of Web site resources worldwide in its "links" section.
 
The Armenia Assembly offers several ways for you to help make a difference for the people of Armenia and Nagorno.
 
ADAA’s mission is to project the Armenian voice on the world stage through the dramatic arts of theatre and film.
 
A depository and exposition facility in Yerevan, Armenia for Armenian artifacts, photographs and historical documents.
 
The ALMA houses the most extensive collection of Armenian artifacts in North America, with over 20,000 items, 18,000 books, 5,000 coins, 3,000 textiles, 930 rare books, 800 oral histories and 170 Armenian oriental rugs. 
 
The Armenian National Committee of America (ANCA) is the largest and most influential Armenian-American grassroots political organization. 

Dedicated to the study, research and affirmation of the Armenian Genocide.
The Armenian Research Center was established for the documentation and the publication of materials in the field of Armenian studies and affairs. 
 
Resources on genocide, war crimes and mass killing.
 
The primary purpose of National Association for Armenian Studies and Research is to foster and promote Armenian studies through scholarship, research and publication.
 
Project SAVE's Armenian Photographic Archive is the premier archive of Armenian photographs in the United States.  Its mission is to collect, document, preserve and present trhe historic and modern photographic record of Armenians and Armenian heritage.

The Promise to Act
An online social action and educational web-site following on the movie, The Promise, with study guides and other educational links on the Armenian genocide and other genocides that followed.
  
The Institute's Visual History Archive contains a searchable digital copy of the 400 Armenian Genocide Testimony collection filmed by Dr. J. Michael Hagopian, as well as testimonies of witnesses of the Holocaust and other genocides.
Armenian Film Foundation
A legacy of excellence in documentary filmmaking on
Armenian heritage and the Armenian Genocide of 1915.
Armenian Film Foundation
17328 Ventura Blvd #123
Encino, CA 91316
United States of America