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Register Your OC High School Team Today! World Affairs Council of Orange County Invites you to participate in our 7th Annual Academic WorldQuest February 7, 2015 Academic WorldQuest is a team competition, held among Orange County high school students, testing students’ knowledge of global affairs. This year the local winning team from Orange County will have the opportunity to participate in the National Academic WorldQuest in Washington DC in April […]

 

Genocide – where are we today Acknowledging 100 years from the Armenian Genocide Every year on April 24 Armenians around the world commemorate the victims of the Armenian Genocide. April 24 of 1915 is the day when thousands of the Armenian community leaders of Constantinople (now Istanbul) were deported and mostly executed (Wikipedia) SAVE THE DATE Details to follow   Some articles for reference: One Hundred Years of Solitude: The Armenian […]

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