Acknowledging the Armenian Genocide gives many in N.J. and elsewhere a chance to end the lie

President Biden did what he promised to do — unlike his predecessors — he declared that Turkey was responsible for the massacre of some 1.5 million Armenians during World War I. Biden called it what it was: Genocide.

On Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day last month, the 106th anniversary of the start of the massacre, the president announced the U.S. would join the more than 30 nations of the world — and Pope Francis — in acknowledging the genocide.

Opinion by Linda Stamato, NJ.com, May 5, 2021