Kill the Messenger
Maria Armoudian, author of Kill the Messenger, talked about the positive and negative role that the media plays in global events. Examples she gave of how crises were fomented by the media included genocidal situations. She responded to questions from members of the audience. This event was held by the Armenian National Committee America- Burbank and Sardarabad Bookstore at the Armenian Cultural Foundation Burbank Youth Center. close
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- Armenian National Committee of Americaâ€”Burbank, CAArmenian National Committee of Americaâ€”Burbank, CA
- Sardarabad BookstoreSardarabad Bookstore
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