You can help Armenians in Artsakh

Armenians and Armenian cultural heritage are at risk in Artsakh.
Learn, donate, protect, and reach out to help!


FYI: it might be helpful to know that Nagorno-Karabakh is called "Artsakh" by Armenians

Learn about the current state of Artsakh after the signing of a trilateral agreement from the following sources:

Get accurate coverage of Azerbaijan and Turkey's 44 days of attacking Artsakh from the following sources:

Read about the context of the attacks on Artsakh from the following sources:

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Help protect Armenian cultural sites in Artsakh currently (or soon to be) under Azerbaijan's controlAzerbaijan has already destroyed an entire Armenian cemetery of 15th- and 16th-century stone crosses ("khatchkars" in Armenian) in Jugha, NakhichevanArtsakh's Armenian heritage is at risk of destructionSign a petition at to Protect Armenian Cultural & Historical Sites in Artsakh

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Reach Out

Call to get the US to act now:

Calling your elected officials is the best way to make your voice heard. You can contact your Congressional Representatives through the US Capitol Switchboard at (202) 224-3121: provide your zip code and you'll be put in touch with your representatives's offices—now is the time to let them know that this issue matters to you, so ask that the representative: 1) support sanctions against Azerbaijan and Turkey for their war crimes in Artsakh, 2) enforce Section 907 of the Freedom Support Act to stop arms sales to Azerbaijan and Turkey, and 3) immediately re-engage the United States in the Minsk Group process to find a permanent diplomatic solution for Artsakh.

Email or use social media to get the US to act now:

Emailing and contacting your elected officials on social media can have an impact. For these purposes, you can use the ANCA's March to Justice tool. With one click, you can share your views with key decision-makers on one or more issues. You can also use the ANCA's tool to urge friends and family to take action as well via email or social media.

Armenians in Artsakh and Armenians worldwide
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