Valley PBS’s broadcast of What Will Become of Us is Sunday, April 26 at 3PM! Valley PBS’s broadcast of What Will Become of Us is Sunday, April 26 at 3PM! She is currently screening her feature documentary, What Will Become of Us, a project focusing on Armenian Americans today. The documentary will be aired during WGBH2’s annual fundraising broadcast so make sure to look for the backdrop of our galleries during the fundraiser breaks! Stephanie Ayanian is a film producer, director and educator. What Will Become of Us follows six Armenian Americans – famous and otherwise – as they navigate the 100th Anniversary of the Genocide and strive to forge identities for the next 100 years. April 24th is Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day. 100 years ago, Armenians were nearly annihilated by genocide. Join Valley PBS on Sunday at 3PM to appreciate the Armenian culture with What Will Become of Us, a documentary that tells the inspiring stories of today’s Armenian Americans from across the country. “The Armenian Americans,” A PBS Documentary Letter to the Editor by C. K. Garabed Published in the Armenian Reporter International April 15, 2000 Dear Editor: In his letter to the editor (The Armenian Reporter Int’l, March 25, 2000), Mr. George Maksian criticizes the AGBU-sponsored program on the Armenian-Americans recently shown on the NY Public Television station WLIW. Join WGBH in Boston for a special pledge event. The first major wave of Armenian immigration to the United States took place in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. What Will Become of Us follows six Armenian Americans – famous and otherwise – as they navigate the 100th Anniversary of the Genocide and strive to forge identities for the next 100 years.
What Will Become of Us will be broadcast on June 2 at 4AM! What Will Become of Us? Join Valley PBS on Sunday at 3PM to appreciate the Armenian culture with What Will Become of Us, a documentary that tells the inspiring stories of today’s Armenian Americans from across the country. Watch full episodes of your favorite PBS shows, explore music and the arts, find in-depth news analysis, and more. Today, often unrecognized, it remains defining – while the long shadow of the Genocide creates a burden for young Armenian Americans, discouraging them from taking up their culture. ... June 7 at 8PM featuring What Will Become of Us.

Join Valley PBS on Sunday at 3PM to appreciate the Armenian culture with What Will Become of Us, a documentary that tells the inspiring stories of today’s Armenian Americans from across the country. Can Armenian Americans create a new future – honoring their past, while unshackling themselves from its trauma? Catch local favorites Richard and Andrew Hagopian as they star in the film! April 24th is Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day. At 1PM catch a rebroadcast of our locally produced documentary, Valley of Hope: The Armenian Journey from Terror to Triumph.

Please support your local PBS station on Thursday, June 4 at 7:30PM! Tune in to WHYY on the 105th Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide to see the film. Apr 26, 2020 Apr 25, 2020 Rhode Island PBS, RIPBS, RI PBS, PBS, Stream, Rhode Island PBS Foundation, Channel 36, WSBE, WSBE-TV, Education Services, GED, Rhode Island PBS Kids Club, Kids What Will Become of Us? What Will Become of Us? They form the second largest community of the Armenian diaspora after Armenians in Russia. The Armenian Museum was honored to be asked by WGBH (CH 2) to film from the Museum’s galleries for the upcoming airing of the documentary, "What Will Become of Us." Their struggle speaks to the many immigrant communities who have experienced trauma. Please support your local PBS station so that they can continue to bring you great programming. Catch local favorites Richard and Andrew Hagopian as they star in the film! Join us this weekend for the NY debut of What Will Become of Us, a feature film that currently broadcasts on PBS throughout the US, and participate in a Q&A discussion with the filmmakers and cast, including: - Stephanie Ayanian, Producer/Director - Joseph Myers, Director/Director of Photography - Michael Aram, Designer and Artist