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Armenian Genocide Film “The Promise” Is a Painful Reminder of Today’s Refugee Crisis


Armenian Genocide Film “The Promise” Is a Painful Reminder of Today’s Refugee Crisis: [] For Esrailian, the great-grandson of Armenian genocide survivors, “The Promise” is much larger than a Hollywood film – it is a deeply personal fulfillment of a dream to break through the silence and denial surrounding the Armenian Genocide, begin the process of recognition and healing, and connect that story of struggle and survival to the ongoing tragedies taking place today:

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