My Mother's Voice


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The Museum of Tolerance and The Armenian National Committee of America – Western Region invite you to

My Mother's Voice

Film Screening

In Commemoration of the Armenian Genocide

Sunday, April 28, 2013 at 4:00pm


The poignant story of Flora Munushian, a fourteen-year-old from Hadjin who lost her family in the Armenian Genocide and found her way to America to marry a man she knew only from a photograph.

Introductory remarks by Nora Hovsepian, Esq., Co-Chair, Armenian National Committee of America – Western Region.

A discussion will follow the screening with panelists:

Kay Mouradian, Ed.D., Professor Emeritus, Los Angeles Community Colleges who wrote, narrated and co-produced MY MOTHER’S VOICE,

Mark Friedman, Director of MY MOTHER’S VOICE and Sound Designer for Moriah Films, and

Harut Sassounian, Publisher, The California Courier and President, The United Armenian Fund.

Moderated by Liebe Geft, Director of Museum of Tolerance.

Author Kay Mouradian will sign copies of her book, My Mother’s Voice, which will be available for purchase following the program.

No Charge. Advanced registration is required.


Free underground parking.

Please be considerate of our residential neighbors and make every effort to avoid driving through single-family residential neighborhood streets.



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