We hereby announce the schedule of commemorative events organized by the Armenian Genocide Centennial Committee – Western US in remembrance of the 100th Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide.

• April 14, 2015 – A special ecumenical service at the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles with the participation of representatives and interfaith leaders from various churches and religious denominations as well as civic officials from the City of Los Angeles.

• April 23, 2015 – Solemn celebration of the Divine Liturgy at St. Leon Armenian Cathedral with the participation of all Armenian churches.

• 24 April, 2015 – Pan-Armenian march of protest that will unite, without exception, the Armenian community in its quest for justice while demonstrating collective strength and spirit.

• An official opening ceremony of a Los Angeles County landmark dedicated to the memory of the innocent victims of the Armenian Genocide.

Please note that these community events are organized by the Armenian Genocide Centennial Committee, and therefore, we expect your massive participation. Additional details will be forthcoming.

In the near future, we will issue a second announcement regarding other important and major activities and events organized at the regional level.

Armenian Genocide Centennial Committee

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