It’s free and open to the public! The event is on 3/28/19 and begins at 7 P.M.

Donahue Auditorium

Truth Held Hostage—Why the Armenian Genocide Matters Today: A Talk by Ambassador John Evans

Ambassador John M. Evans is the author of Truth Held Hostage: America and the Armenian Genocide—What Then? What Now? (2016). After a long career in the U.S. State Department Foreign Service, he served the U.S. Ambassador to Armenia from 2004 to 2006, and defied U.S. State Department policy of not using the term genocide to describe what happened to Armenians during World War I.

Co-sponsored by Peace, Justice, and Human Rights Program, Department of Political Science, Department of History, Department of Sociology, Department of Theology and Religious Studies, Arrupe Scholars Program, and the Armenian Cultural Association of Cleveland

Please contact Dr. Philip Metres at pmetres@jcu.edu or 216-397-4528 for more information.