Stevie Wonder, Michael Stone And Others Say "Never Again" To Armenia

STEVIE WONDER, MICHAEL STONE AND OTHERS SAY “NEVER AGAIN” TO ARMENIAN GENOCIDE

news.am
Dec 8 2011
Armenia

YEREVAN. – The “Never Again” peace concerts, which got underway in
Los Angeles on November 1, and whose organizers aim to bring together
world-renowned musicians, towards 100th anniversary of the Armenian
Genocide, will also continue in Russia, Europe, countries of the East,
and, in 2015, in Armenia. One of the concerts’ organizers, Armenian
People’s Artist, and “Artists for Peace” international charitable
organization’s founder Flora Martirosyan stated this during a press
conference on Thursday.

In his turn, FMS Media company’s co-founder Aram Sargsyan noted that,
at the Los Angeles concert, several renowned personalities, such as
famous recording artist Eric Benet, Hollywood actor and poet Michael
Stone (actress Sharon Stone’s brother), and international superstar
Stevie Wonder said “no” to the Armenian Genocide. He also informed
that during the concert Flora Martirosyan received US Congressman Brad
Sherman’s special certificate for her distinguished and invaluable
services rendered to the Armenian community, and calling for world
peace, through music.

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