LOS ANGELES–The Armenian Youth Federation (AYF) will appear on KPFK 90.7FM radio Thursday evening at 7:30PM to speak about the Armenian Genocide, Turkey’s denial campaign and the community’s April 24 activities.
Speaking on behalf of the organization, AYF Executive Director Serouj Aprahamian will highlight community events marking the atrocity, from a memorial service at the Montebello Genocide Memorial, to a protest at the Turkish consulate and a benefit concert for Armenian orphanages.
“The AYF strongly believes in going out there to engage both the media and the broader American public on matters of human rights,” said Aprahamian. “We have to raise awareness about the Armenian Genocide if we hope to attain justice for this crime and put an end to the cycle of genocide plaguing humanity.”
With chapters throughout the United States and affiliated organizations around the world, the AYF has grown to become the largest and most influential Armenian American youth organization. Inspired by the past and motivated by the needs of the future, the AYF actively strives to advance the social, political, educational and cultural awareness of all Armenian youth.