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President Biden Breaks Silence on Armenian Genocide

Coalition Against Global Genocide Supports President Biden’s Statement on International Recognition of Armenian Genocide The Coalition Against Global Genocide (CoAGG) thanks and applauds President Joe Biden for his recent statement recognizing that the actions by the leaders of the Ottoman Empire in 1915 constituted a genocide committed against the Armenian people and other Christian groups. […]

CoAGG Executive Director Awarded 2021 Martin Luther King, Jr. Trailblazer Award

The Coalition Against Global Genocide is proud to announce that founder/executive director Roz Duman received the 2021 Trailblazer Award in January in recognition of her contributions to the civil rights movement in Colorado. The award is part of the annual Martin Luther King, Jr Business Awards, which are presented to individuals, corporations, and nonprofit organizations […]

Take Action: End The Ethnic Violence in Tigray, Ethiopia

Over the last three months, thousands of innocent men, women and children have been raped, killed and starved by their own government in the Tigray region of Northern Ethiopia based solely on their ethnicity and the crisis is growing worse by the day. We must act to prevent further atrocities! Learn more and find out […]

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 […]

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 […]