Category Archives: News

Reading List Following the November 12 Slavery & Genocide Discussion

This list is courtesy of Professor Glenn Morris, Department of Political Science, University of Colorado at Denver (* denotes indigenous author). Anderson, Gary Clayton Ethnic Cleansing and the Indian: The Crime That Should Haunt America. Norman: U. of Oklahoma Press, 2014. Anghie, Antony* Imperialism, Sovereignty and the Making of International Law. NY: Cambridge University Press, […]

Statement Against the Attacks on the Armenian People

The Coalition Against Global Genocide expresses support for the Armenian people and protests the violence against Nagorno-Karabakh, also known as Artsakh, an enclave in Azerbaijan populated and governed entirely by ethnic Armenians. Violence has escalated and includes attacks on civilians. The United States, France and Russia should be working with Turkey and Azerbaijan to de-escalate […]

A Recording of the September 10 Genocide and Slavery Virtual Discussion

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Gov. Polis Signs Holocaust and Genocide Studies Bill

On July 8, at Jewish Colorado in Denver, Governor Jared Polis signed into law HB20-1336, sponsored by Representatives Dafna Michaelson Jenet and Emily Sirota and Senators Steve Fenberg and Dennis Hisey. The bill, which passed unanimously in both the Colorado House and Senate, requires high school seniors in public schools to learn about genocide and […]

CoAGG Statement of Support for Armenian Community

To Our Armenian Community: The Coalition Against Global Genocide was terribly saddened to hear that the Khachkar Memorial located at the Colorado State Capitol was vandalized with spray paint during the recent protests in downtown Denver. This Memorial commemorates the Armenian Genocide and victims of all crimes against humanity. We recognize and support the peaceful […]

CoAGG’s Statement of Support

The Coalition Against Global Genocide (CoAGG) condemns the violence against black men and women and states its indisputable support for the Black Lives Matter movement. The Coalition is determined to be involved in the conversation and the action that people of color are demanding. We call on all citizens to fight for justice for black […]

Statement from the CoAGG Board Regarding the Negative Treatment of Asian Communities During the COVID-19 Crisis

The mission statement of the Coalition Against Global Genocide (CoAGG) includes the phrase “crimes against humanity” because there are many evils in the world that are not specifically genocide related. The current xenophobia, discrimination and polarization against people of Asian heritage, due to the COVID-19 pandemic in our country, has inspired us to call out […]