Never again?

Genocide is Happening again.

Join the fight to help save 120,000 Christian Armenians and end a second Armenian Genocide.

Genocide is happening in right now. The 120,000 innocent Christian Armenians that have been trapped in Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh) resulting from Azerbaijan's cruel nine-month-long blockade are now being forcefully exiled from their ancestral land.

Azerbaijan has restricted access to food, medicine, fuel, essential goods, and undermined energy and water security. Azerbaijan's recent military assault on Artsakh has only exacerbated the already dire humanitarian crisis and killed at least 200 people, injured hundreds and displaced thousands of civilians.

What are we doing?

The 120,000 Reasons coalition is raising awareness for the genocidal assault happening to the Armenians of Artsakh and exerting pressure on the White House and Congress for legislative efforts to hold Azerbaijan accountable for its crimes against humanity as well as ensuring humanitarian assistance to the Armenian population being displaced.

We are the descendants of Armenian Genocide survivors, and we do not want to be talking about the recognition or commemoration of yet another genocide in the future.

Kim Kardashian

Media personality, model, and actress.

This man-made humanitarian crisis in Artsakh is part of a larger campaign to eradicate the Armenian people and has resulted in senseless deaths due to the Azerbaijani blockade.”

Bryan Ardouny

Executive Director of the Armenian Assembly of America

“The Biden-Harris Administration must be held accountable for its total failure of leadership – abandoning at-risk Christians to appease an oil-rich dictatorship.”

Aram Hamparian

Executive Director of Armenian National Committee of America

“Some of us have been to Artsakh; others of us have recently visited Armenia and we know very well that countless lives are at risk. We want our voices to be heard on behalf of Artsakh’s dangerously besieged believers.”

Lela Gilbert

Senior Fellow for International Religious Freedom at Family Research Council.

As the world once witnessed the atrocities of the Armenian genocide, we now find history teetering on the edge of repetition. The U.S. has always championed human rights, and we appeal to President Biden to remain true to this legacy.

Gia Chacon

Founder and President of For the Martyrs

The Ottoman Empire killed 1.5 million innocent Christians during the Armenian Genocide. It is our duty as Christians and Americans to ensure that Azerbaijan does not finish the job.

Robert Nicholson

President and Executive Director of the Philos Project

The 120,000 Armenian Christians currently on the brink of destruction in Artsakh need the world’s attention to turn back the tide of a potential gen

David Curry

President & CEO of Global Christian Relief.

Today, Armenians face yet another attempt to destroy them. In this situation, solidarity is a duty – for Christians who see themselves as part of the universal Body of Christ, and for all people of good will who care about peace and human rights.

Joel Veldkamp

International Communications Officer for Christian Solidarity International.

This is a Genocide of Christian Armenians

Food and medicine stores are dangerously low.

Miscarriages among pregnant women have tripled.

Children are starving and lack essential medical care.

Hospital patients are being kidnapped.

A realistic threat of the cleansing of the entire Armenian 
Christian population

Azerbaijan launched a large-scale attack in Nagorno-Karabakh on September 19, 2023. At least 200 people were killed and over 400 were wounded. Azerbaijan's brazen acts of aggression have been called genocide.

Join the fight to help save 120,000 Christian Armenians.

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We need to act now

The U.S. should put human rights at the forefront of foreign policy and heed the horrific lessons of standing idle during holocausts and genocides of the past. The U.S. Government needs to directly intervene to stop the Artsakh Genocide. President Biden, who condemned the Armenian genocide of a century ago, should not watch history repeat itself.

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A weekly discussion with the leaders of the international movement to stop the genocide of Christian Armenians in Artsakh.


Coalition Members