We Remember the Tragic Earthquake of 1988

We Remember the Spitak and Gyumri/Leninakan Earthquake. May those who tragically perished Rest in Peace.

Press Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Los Angeles, CA - We have been following the latest developments in Armenia with a heavy heart. We remained silent until today, the day immediately following the quasi-resolution of the hostage crisis, so that our actions or our words do not add fuel to the fire, and do not risk causing further bloodshed in Armenia. No Armenian should ever die in the hand of another Armenian. We applaud the decision of the Sasna Tsrer who voluntarily surrendered only to prevent further bloodshed. We very well understand our role, as well as our influence in our community and in the Armenian affairs globally. We have thousands of members and supporters, as well as tens of thousands of social media followers, both in Armenia and locally. We know the value of our words. Unlike a number of “self-proclaimed” community leaders who continuously make self-contradictory statements and empty personal attacks, we feel a huge responsibility towards Armenia, and towards our community which has given us so much support over the years. Continue reading

Armenian National Team Beats Guatemala 7-1 in Friendly

At a friendly match held in Los Angeles, the Armenian National Team beat Guatemala 7 to 1. The recent win marks the greatest victory in the National Team’s history. Henrikh Mkhitaryan, the much sought-after Borussia Dortmund midfielder, netted the first hat-trick in the history of the Armenian National Team. Goals:  1. Carlos Luiz (7) - Guatemala2. Henrikh Mkhitaryan (39) - Armenia3. Edgar Manucharyan (45) - Armenia4. Gegham Kadimyan (50) - Armenia5. enrikh Mkhitaryan (60) - Armenia6. enrikh Mkhitaryan (70) - Armenia7. Arthur Sarkisov (73) - Armenia8. Zaven Badoyan (84) - Armenia Continue reading

A Reflection on the April 24th Hollywood March for Justice

The #Armenian-#American voters do not have short memories. They will not forget their elected officials who joined President #Obama in playing dirty politics with such sensitive issues for millions of Armenians, such as the #ArmenianGenocide and #Artsakh's independence. Tens of thousands of the #MarchforJustice participants in #LittleArmenia wondered about the whereabouts of their local elected officials. Continue reading

April 24, 2016 March for Justice in Little Armenia, Hollywood

Just as the last 15 years, Unified Young Armenians (UYA) once again organized the largest #ArmenianGenocide commemorative march outside of the Republic of #Armenia, in #LittleArmenia, #Hollywood. Continue reading

Our Website Has Moved to NationBuilder

In order to serve our Nation, members, donors, and community better, we have moved our website to NationBuilder! Continue reading

UYA Parts Ways with AGCC-WUSA and UACLA

GLENDALE, CALIFORNIA - “UNIFIED YOUNG ARMENIANS” (UYA) PARTS WAYS WITH ARMENIAN GENOCIDE CENTENNIAL COMMITTEE – WESTERN USA AND UNITED ARMENIAN COUNCIL OF LOS ANGELES Continue reading