Jan 3, 2019
Amid slow change in Gyumri, the metal containers still stand, failing to resist rust and decay any longer, as reminders of the earthquake that buried my parents’ youth and the future and promise of an entire generation.
In this episode of The Quake, the USC Institute of Armenian Studies's Chitjian Researcher Archivist Gegham Mughnetsyan explores the very personal and public story of rescue in the aftermath of the 1988 earthquake in Gyumri, Armenia.
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