Ara’s Experience

Ara first traveled to Armenia with his parents in 1989 as a videographer to document a project undertaken by the Eastern Diocese of the Armenian Church of North America and the American Library Association in Armenia’s 1988 earthquake zone. Concerned by the hardship of the Armenian citizens, Ara made numerous subsequent fact-finding trips to Armenia and Artsakh from 1992 to 1997. He documented on video, in photographs, and journals the daily lives of common people to better understand their needs and find ways to make their lives more bearable. Thanks to his active stance in addressing socio-economic issues in Armenia, as well as the long and frequent visits to Armenia, Ara K. Manoogian was elected the President of the Monte Melkonian Fund in 1995 and served until 1997.

Human Trafficking

Ara exposing trafficking of woman and girls from armenia to dubai, Uae

Hunger Strike For Democracy

Ara's cross-country trip from Los Angeles, CA, to Washington, D.C., for the sake of democracy and rule of law

Illegal international adoptions

In 2001, Ara conducted a covert operation to document and expose illegal international adoption of babies from Armenia to the United States. As a result of his published findings, the Armenian National Assembly passed new laws to prevent this illegal practice from continuing.

War prevention in the Middle East

The truth about the Syrian conflict

we want the truth about syria

Defense Against Harmful Radiation

Shut Down L.A. Based Neo-Nazi Group

Exposing Members of the Armenian Aryan Fist & the approval of Nemets Rubo's conduct, condone violence and praise oligarchs.

Investigative Journalism

Author of the Untold History of Genocide and The West’s Secret War For Oil!

betrayal: the promise never kept