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    ARMENIAN GENOCIDE RESOLUTION COSPONSORSHIP
    CLEARS THE 200 MARK

    Momentum Growing for Adoption of Human Rights Legislation
    WASHINGTON, DC – The Armenian Genocide Resolution, H.Res.106, continued to gain momentum toward passage today with the total number of Members cosponsoring the human rights measure clearing the 200 mark, reported the Armenian National Committee of America (ANCA). Representatives from Georgia, Hawaii, Mississippi and New York were the latest additions, bringing the overall cosponsor total to 202.

    "We are encouraged by the growing bipartisan support for the Armenian Genocide Resolution - as so dramatically illustrated today by the growth of the number of cosponsors for this genocide prevention measure to more than two hundred," said ANCA Executive Director Aram Hamparian. "We value the leadership of the resolution's authors, appreciate the support of each of its cosponsors, and look forward to working with all of these friends to see the Armenian Genocide Resolution adopted by the U.S. House of Representatives at the first opportunity."

    "Two hundred cosponsors is an important milestone," stated resolution lead sponsor Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA). "This overwhelming support for the resolution is evidence that Members of Congress and their constituents believe that recognizing the Armenian Genocide, which claimed more than a million and a half lives, is a moral imperative."

    Introduced on January 30th by Rep. Adam Schiff and spearheaded by Rep. George Radanovich (R-CA), Congressional Armenian Caucus Co-Chairs Frank Pallone (D-NJ) and Joe Knollenberg (R-MI), Rep. Anna Eshoo (D-CA), Rep. Brad Sherman (D-CA) and Rep. Thaddeus McCotter (R-MI), the Armenian Genocide resolution calls upon the President to ensure that the foreign policy of the United States reflects appropriate understanding and sensitivity concerning issues related to human rights, ethnic cleansing, and genocide documented in the United States record relating to the Armenian Genocide. A similar resolution in the Senate (S.Res.106), introduced by Assistant Majority Leader xxxx Durbin (D-IL) and Sen. John Ensign (R-NV) currently has 31 cosponsors, including Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton (D-NY).

    Lead advocates for H.Res.106 hailed the continuing growth of support for the resolution and urged swift House consideration of the legislation.

    "To have 200 Members of the House of Representatives declaring their strong support for properly recognizing the Armenian Genocide is a tremendous accomplishment," said Rep. Anna Eshoo, who is of Armenian and Assyrian American descent. "I will continue to do everything I can to see that this long-overdue legislation comes to the floor of the House for a vote and that we will prevail."

    Armenian Caucus Co-Chair Frank Pallone concurred, noting that "the addition of 200 co-sponsors to the Armenian Genocide Recognition Resolution shows the overwhelming support in the House of Representatives for properly acknowledging the systematic massacre of 1.5 million Armenians beginning in 1915 as genocide. Members of Congress understand that our nation cannot effectively work to end crimes against humanity without recognizing those that have previously occurred."

    Similarly, Caucus Co-Chair Joe Knollenberg noted that, "the fact that 200 members have co-sponsored this resolution is a strong indication that it's time to schedule a vote on the House floor. There is significant bipartisan support for giving the Armenian Genocide its proper historical distinction. I commend my colleagues who have co-sponsored this resolution for giving their support to this important issue."

    Rep. Radanovich concurred that it is, in fact, time for a vote on this key human rights legislation. “I am excited that we have reached the two hundred cosponsor mark,” said
    Rep. Radanovich. “This shows overwhelming bipartisan support for official recognition of the Armenian Genocide and further evidence that this resolution deserves a vote on the House floor.”

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    Grassroots Action for Adoption of Armenian Genocide Resolution
    ================================================== =================

    Since the introduction of Armenian Genocide legislation (H.Res.106 & S.Res.106), the ANCA national, regional and local chapters have been working with tens of thousands of activists across the United States to secure support and swift passage of this human rights legislation.

    Earlier this year, the ANCA Western and Eastern Region offices launched the POWER Initiative designed to significantly expand community outreach and support. Dubbed "Project Outreach Western Region" in the West and "Project Outreach Waves the Eastern Region" in the East, the program has generated renewed grassroots activism in large and small communities. Travels to traditional strongholds in California, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Michigan and Illinois have been complemented with visits to Arizona, Florida, Idaho, Nevada, North Carolina and South Carolina, expanded outreach to established communities in Ohio, Wisconsin and Missouri and burgeoning communities in Alabama, Colorado, Hawaii, New Mexico, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas and Washington state.

    On March 22nd and 23rd, over 100 activists from 25 states participated in the Washington, DC advocacy days, titled "End the Cycle of Genocide: Grassroots Capitol Campaign." By the end of the whirlwind two-day campaign, organized by the ANCA and the Genocide Intervention Network (GI-Net), activists had visited all 100 Senate and 435 House of Representatives offices, meeting with Members of Congress and their staff, and dropping off information regarding pending Armenian and Darfur genocide legislation.

    Thousands have already sent ANCA WebFaxes to their Senators and Representatives in support of the Armenian Genocide legislation through participation in the "Click for Justice" internet campaign, launched on April 21st, to call renewed attention to key Armenian Genocide and Darfur Genocide legislation.

    The Armenian Genocide resolution is supported by a broad-based coalition of over 44 human rights, religious, civic, and ethnic organizations, including the International Association of Genocide Scholars, American Values, and the National Council of Churches.

    Armenian Americans and human rights supporters can lend their voice to the ongoing "Click for Justice" campaign by visiting www.anca.org.

    The current list of 202 Congressional Cosponsors of the Armenian Genocide Resolution include (in alphabetical order):

    Neil Abercrombie (D-HI), Gary Ackerman (D-NY), Tom Allen (D-ME), Robert Andrews (D-NJ), Joe Baca (D-CA), Michele Marie Bachmann (R-MN), Brian Baird (D-WA), Tammy Baldwin (D-WI), John Barrow (D-GA), Melissa Bean (D-IL), Xavier Becerra (D-CA), Shelley Berkley (D-NV), Howard Berman (D-CA), Marion Berry (D-AR), Brian Bilbray (R-CA), Gus Bilirakis (R-FL), Sanford Bishop (D-GA), Tim Bishop (D-NY), Earl Blumenauer (D-OR), Mary Bono (R-CA), Robert Brady (D-PA), Bruce Braley (D-IA), Ken Calvert (R-CA), Dave Camp (R-MI), John Campbell (R-CA), Eric Cantor (R-VA), Lois Capps (D-CA), Michael Capuano (D-MA), Dennis Cardoza (D-CA), Russ Carnahan (D-MO), Yvette Clarke (D-NY), William Clay (D-MO), Emanuel Cleaver (D-MO), John Conyers (D-MI), Jim Costa (D-CA), Jerry Costello (D-IL), Joe Courtney (D-CT), Joseph Crowley (D-NY), Danny Davis (D-IL), Lincoln Davis (D-TN), Susan Davis (D-CA), Peter DeFazio (D-OR), Diana DeGette (D-CO), William Delahunt (D-MA), Rosa DeLauro (D-CT), Charles Dent (R-PA), Lincoln Diaz-Balart (R-FL), Mario Diaz-Balart (R-FL), John Dingell (D-MI), Lloyd Doggett (D-TX), John Doolittle (R-CA), Mike Doyle (D-PA), David Dreier (R-CA), Keith Maurice Ellison (D-MN), Eliot Engel (D-NY), Anna Eshoo (D-CA), Sam Farr (D-CA), Chaka Fattah (D-PA), Mike Ferguson (R-NJ), Bob Filner (D-CA), Barney Frank (D-MA), Rodney Frelinghuysen (R-NJ), Scott Garrett (R-NJ), Jim Gerlach (R-PA), Charlie Gonzalez (D-TX), Al Green (D-TX), Gene Green (D-TX), Raul Grijalva (D-AZ), Luis Gutierrez (D-IL), Phillip Hare (D-IL), Jane Harman (D-CA), Stephanie Herseth (D-SD), Maurice Hinchey (D-NY), Ruben Hinojosa (D-TX), Mazie Hirono (D-HI), Paul Hodes (D-NH), Tim Holden (D-PA), Rush Holt (D-NJ), Michael Honda (D-CA), Duncan Hunter (R-CA), Steve Israel (D-NY), Darrell Issa (R-CA), Jesse Jackson (D-IL), Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX), Hank Johnson (D-GA), Patrick Kennedy (D-RI), Dale Kildee (D-MI), Carolyn Kilpatrick (D-MI), Ron Kind (D-WI), Mark Kirk (R-IL), Joe Knollenberg (R-MI), Dennis Kucinich (D-OH), John R. Randy Kuhl (R-NY), Douglas Lamborn (R-CO), James Langevin (D-RI), John Larson (D-CT), Steven LaTourette (R-OH), Barbara Lee (D-CA), Sander Levin (D-MI), John Lewis (D-GA), Daniel Lipinski (D-IL), Frank LoBiondo (R-NJ), Zoe Lofgren (D-CA), Nita Lowey (D-NY), Dan Lungren (R-CA), Stephen Lynch (D-MA), Carolyn Maloney (D-NY), Kenny Marchant (R-TX), Edward Markey (D-MA), Jim Matheson (D-UT), Doris Matsui (D-CA), Carolyn McCarthy (D-NY), Kevin McCarthy (R-CA), Michael McCaul (R-TX), Betty McCollum (D-MN), Thaddeus McCotter (R-MI), Jim McDermott (D-WA), James McGovern (D-MA), Buck McKeon (R-CA), Cathy McMorris (R-WA), Jerry McNerney (D-CA), Michael McNulty (D-NY), Martin Meehan (D-MA), Charlie Melancon (D-LA), Michael Michaud (D-ME), Candice Miller (R-MI), Gary Miller (R-CA), George Miller (D-CA), James Moran (D-VA), Chris Murphy (D-CT), Marilyn Musgrave (R-CO), Jerrold Nadler (D-NY), Grace Napolitano (D-CA), Richard Neal (D-MA), Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC), Devin Nunes (R-CA), John Olver (D-MA), Frank Pallone (D-NJ), Ed Pastor (D-AZ), Donald Payne (D-NJ), Edwin Perlmutter (D-CO), Collin Peterson (D-MN), Joseph Pitts (R-PA), Jon Porter (R-NV), George Radanovich (R-CA), Charles Rangel (D-NY), Dave Reichert (R-WA), Rick Renzi (R-AZ), Mike Rogers (R-MI), Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA), Peter Roskam (R-IL), Mike Ross (D-AR), Steven Rothman (D-NJ), Lucille Roybal-Allard (D-CA), Edward Royce (R-CA), Bobby Rush (D-IL), Paul Ryan (R-WI), Tim Ryan (D-OH), John Salazar (D-CO), Linda Sanchez (D-CA), Loretta Sanchez (D-CA), John Sarbanes (D-MD), Janice Schakowsky (D-IL), Adam Schiff (D-CA), Allyson Schwartz (D-PA), F. James Sensenbrenner (R-WI), Christopher Shays (R-CT), Brad Sherman (D-CA), John Shimkus (R-IL), Albio Sires (D-NJ), Christopher Smith (R-NJ), Hilda Solis (D-CA), Mark Souder (R-IN), Zachary Space (D-OH), Pete Stark (D-CA), Betty Sue Sutton (D-OH), Thomas Tancredo (R-CO), Ellen Tauscher (D-CA), Bennie Thompson (D-MS), Mike Thompson (D-CA), John Tierney (D-MA), Edolphus Towns (D-NY), Stephanie Tubbs Jones (D-OH), Mark Udall (D-CO), Tom Udall (D-NM), Christopher Van Hollen (D-MD), Nydia Velazquez (D-NY), Peter Visclosky (D-IN), Tim Walberg (R-MI), James Walsh (R-NY), Timothy Walz (D-MN), Zach Wamp (R-TN), Maxine Waters (D-CA), Diane Watson (D-CA), Henry Waxman (D-CA), Anthony Weiner (D-NY), Gerald Weller (R-IL), Joe Wilson (R-SC), Frank Wolf (R-VA), Lynn Woolsey (D-CA), David Wu (D-OR), Albert Wynn (D-MD).


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    Re: Armenian Genocide Resolution Cosponsorship
    Clears The 200 Mark

    Armenian National Committee of America
    1711 N Street, NW, Washington, DC 20036
    Tel. (202) 775-1918 * Fax. (202) 775-5648 * [email protected]

    PRESS RELEASE

    For Immediate Release ~ 2007-06-29
    Contact: Elizabeth S. Chouldjian ~ Tel: (202) 775-1918

    MAJORITY OF U.S. HOUSE MEMBERS COSPONSOR ARMENIAN GENOCIDE RESOLUTION

    WASHINGTON, DC – The Armenian Genocide Resolution (H.Res.106) reached an important milestone today with the number of cosponsors for the human rights measure growing to 218 – a majority of the U.S. House of Representatives, reported the Armenian National Committee of America (ANCA).

    “We welcome the growth of Armenian Genocide Resolution cosponsors to the 218 threshold – and want to extend our appreciation to Congressman Schiff and his colleagues who helped us reach this mark, as well as to each and everyone of the two hundred and eighteen cosponsors of this measure,” said Aram Hamparian, Executive Director of the ANCA. “We look forward in the coming days and weeks to working with our chapters and activists across the country in maintaining and expanding the bipartisan majority in favor of the timely adoption of this human rights legislation.”

    "In gaining 218 cosponsors, we have demonstrated that a majority of the House strongly supports recognizing the facts of the Armenian Genocide," said lead sponsor, Congressman Adam Schiff. "While there are still survivors left, we feel a great sense of urgency in calling attention to the attempted murder of an entire people. Our failure to acknowledge these dark chapters of history prevents us from taking more effective action against ongoing genocides, like Darfur."

    Introduced on January 30th by Rep. Adam Schiff along with Representative George Radanovich (R-CA), Congressional Armenian Caucus Co-Chairs Frank Pallone (D-NJ) and Joe Knollenberg (R-MI), Rep. Anna Eshoo (D-CA), Rep. Brad Sherman (D-CA) and Rep. Thaddeus McCotter (R-MI), the Armenian Genocide resolution calls upon the President to ensure that the foreign policy of the United States reflects appropriate understanding and sensitivity concerning issues related to human rights, ethnic cleansing, and genocide documented in the United States record relating to the Armenian Genocide. A similar resolution in the Senate (S.Res.106), introduced by Assistant Majority Leader xxxx Durbin (D-IL) and Sen. John Ensign (R-NV) currently has 31 cosponsors, including Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton (D-NY).

    Over the past five months, Armenian Americans and human rights advocates have joined with Members of Congress in educating their colleagues about the Armenian Genocide and the importance of proper recognition of this crime against humanity.

    Just this week, thousands participated in the ANCA “Call for Justice Campaign,” a national Congressional call-in effort in support of H.Res.106. The campaign was a follow up to the weeklong ANCA “Click for Justice” web campaign in April.

    On March 22nd and 23rd, over 100 activists from 25 states participated in the Washington, DC advocacy days, titled “End the Cycle of Genocide: Grassroots Capitol Campaign.” By the end of the whirlwind two-day campaign, organized by the ANCA and the Genocide Intervention Network (GI-Net), activists had visited all 100 Senate and 435 House of Representatives offices, meeting with Members of Congress and their staff, and dropping off information regarding pending Armenian and Darfur genocide legislation.

    The grassroots campaign continued with the launching of the ANCA Western and Eastern Region POWER Initiatives designed to significantly expand community outreach and support. Dubbed “Project Outreach Western Region” in the West and “Project Outreach Waves the Eastern Region” in the East, the program has generated renewed grassroots activism in large and small communities. Travels to traditional strongholds in California, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Michigan and Illinois have been complemented with visits to Arizona, Florida, Idaho, Nevada, North Carolina and South Carolina, expanded outreach to established communities in Ohio, Wisconsin and Missouri and burgeoning communities in Alabama, Colorado, Hawaii, New Mexico, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas and Washington state.

    The Armenian Genocide resolution is supported by a broad-based coalition of over 47 human rights, religious, civic, and ethnic organizations, including the (in alphabetical order): American Federation of xxxs from Central Europe (New York, NY), American Hellenic Council of CA (Los Angeles, CA), American Hellenic Institute (Washington, DC), American Hungarian Federation (Washington, DC), American xxxish World Service (New York, NY), American Latvian Association in the U.S. (Rockville, MD), American Values (Washington, DC), Arab American Institute (Washington, DC), Belarusan-American Association (Jamaica, NY), Bulgarian Institute for Research and Analysis (Bethesda, MD), Center for Russian xxxry with Student Struggle for Soviet xxxry (New York, NY), Center for World Indigenous Studies (Olympia, WA), Christian Solidarity International (Washington, DC), Congress of Romanian Americans (McLean, VA), Council for the Development of French in Louisiana (Lafayette, LA), Estonian American National Council (Rockville, MD), Genocide Intervention Network (Washington, DC), Global Rights (Washington, DC), Hmong National Development, Inc., Hungarian American Coalition (Washington, DC), Institute on Religion and Public Policy (Washington, DC), International Association of Genocide Scholars (New York, NY), xxxish Social Policy Action Network (Philadelphia, PA), xxxish War Veterans of the USA (Washington, DC), xxxish World Watch (Encino, CA), Joint Baltic American National Committee (Rockville, MD), Leadership Council for Human Rights (Washington, DC), Lithuanian American Community (Philadelphia, PA), Lithuanian American Council (Rockville, MD), National Ethnic Coalition of Organizations (New York, NY), National Council of Churches USA (New York, NY), National Federation of American Hungarians (Washington, DC), National Federation of Filipino American Associations (Washington, DC), National Lawyer's Guild (New York, NY), Polish American Congress (Chicago, IL), Progressive xxxish Alliance (Los Angeles, CA), Reconstructionist Rabbinical College (Wyncote, PA), Slovak League of America (Passaic, New Jersey), The Georgian Association in the USA (Washington, DC), The Workmen's Circle/Arbeter Ring (New York, NY), U.S. Baltic Foundation (Washington, DC), Ukrainian Congress Committee of America (New York, NY), Ukrainian National Association (Parsippany, NJ), Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations (Washington, DC), United Hellenic American Congress (Chicago, IL), Washington Chapter Czechoslovak National Council of America (Washington, DC), and the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (Philadelphia, PA).



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      Re: Armenian Genocide Resolution CosponsorshipClears The 200 Mark

      Reaching a majority is awesome. However, Rep Pelosi probably won't bring it up to a vote until their are more Republicans co-sponsors.
      Pelosi does not want the Democrat party to take all the heat when US troops get attacked at Incerlik by seething Turks due to the passing of the resolution.

      Give it a little more time...the resolution will pass.
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      • #4
        Re: Armenian Genocide Resolution Cosponsorship
        Clears The 200 Mark

        Turkish news says 218 of 435 pms.

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          Re: Armenian Genocide Resolution CosponsorshipClears The 200 Mark

          Originally posted by Selpak View Post
          Turkish news says 218 of 435 pms.
          Yep...that's a majority (just divide by two if your not sure)

          http://www.truthdig.com/images/earto...menian_300.jpg
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          • #6
            Re: Armenian Genocide Resolution Cosponsorship
            Clears The 200 Mark

            Yep...that's a majority (just divide by two if your not sure)
            Really.

            Where was the photo taken?

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            • #7
              Re: Armenian Genocide Resolution CosponsorshipClears The 200 Mark

              Originally posted by Selpak View Post
              Really.

              Where was the photo taken?
              Not sure where it was taken, but if it was up your ass you'd know.
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              • #8
                Re: Armenian Genocide Resolution Cosponsorship
                Clears The 200 Mark

                I don't understand slang.

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                • #9
                  Re: Armenian Genocide Resolution CosponsorshipClears The 200 Mark

                  Originally posted by Selpak View Post
                  I don't understand slang.
                  How unfortunate.

                  Anyway, could you do me a favor and change the picture under your name? The Turkish flag is not only innapproprate here, it's just plain ugly as it represents the most useless and pathetic people on the planet.

                  Also, I have a quick question:

                  Why do Turks never realize when they are not wanted...is it a collective genetic disorder?
                  Last edited by crusader1492; 06-30-2007, 01:04 PM. Reason: addition
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                  • #10
                    Re: Armenian Genocide Resolution Cosponsorship
                    Clears The 200 Mark

                    How unfortunate.
                    So. Keep masturbating.

                    Anyway, could you do me a favor and change the picture under your name? The Turkish flag is not only innapproprate here, it's just plain ugly as it represents the most useless and pathetic people on the planet.
                    I can't do a favor for you.

                    Why do Turks never realize when they are not wanted...is it a collective genetic disorder?
                    Are you funniest guy of the forum... Btw, your words were not toleraded in a normal Turkish forum....

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