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Hakob Karapents
Celebrating his Life & Legacy
The 90th Birth Anniversary
Fall 2015
Details to follow
Ms. Salpi Ghazarian, Director of the Institute of Armenian Studies at the University of Southern California interviews her sister author Maral Boyadjian on her book “As the Poppies Bloomed” in an audience setting
Maral Boyadjian’s four grandparents were survivors of the 1915 Mass Deportations and acts of Genocide committed by the government of Young Turks against its Christian population. Maral’s grandparents were among the few who told their story; the rest remained silent almost for life. Maral and her sister Salpi can tell you their own stories today from way back then and they do. They do this in an intimate setting as they converse with one another and as they promote Maral’s book.

The Armenian Cultural Foundation, The Armenian Women’s International Association and Amaras Art Alliance are pleased to bring this “duo” act to Boston. The conversation is in English as is the book and a reception prior the talk should make transition to the program a pleasure.