Andrew Goldberg discussed his movie, The Armenian Genocide. He talked about the Armenian Genocide, speaking on the events leading up to it,… read more
Andrew Goldberg discussed his movie, The Armenian Genocide. He talked about the Armenian Genocide, speaking on the events leading up to it, the internal politics that allowed the genocide to happen, and the implications of the genocide on both Turkish and global affairs. He talked about the lack of awareness of the Armenian Genocide in education and media.
Students introduced themselves and discussed the portrayal of genocide in the media. The students are from around the nation, participating in the Close Up Foundation’s week-long government studies program.
Clips from The Armenian Genocide were shown. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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