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ATAA Celebrates 96th Anniversary of Turkish Victory Day

Today marks the 96th anniversary of the victory at Dumlupınar, which was the final battle of the Turkish War of Independence against the occupying forces of Britain, France, Italy and Greece. Under the leadership of revolutionary leader and visionary statesman Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, Anatolian men and women, young and old, fought in the ranks of the [...]

ATAA Celebrates 96th Anniversary of Turkish Victory Day2018-08-30T14:59:58-04:00

ATAA Urges More Dialogue and Less Confrontation between United States and Turkey

The Assembly of Turkish-American Associations (ATAA), which represents the interests of over half million Turkish-Americans living in the United States, is deeply concerned with the U.S. Government's recent political statements as well as the economic sanctions and tariffs it has imposed on the Republic of Turkey. The model partnership enjoyed by the United States and Turkey [...]

ATAA Urges More Dialogue and Less Confrontation between United States and Turkey2018-08-15T23:11:09-04:00

Turkish American Police Officer Cem Duzel Recovering from Traumatic Head Injury Needs Your Help!

Turkish American Police Officer Cem Duzel was shot and critically injured in the line of duty while responding to call on the east side of Colorado Springs on Thursday, August 2, 2018. Officer Duzel, a five-year veteran of the Colorado Springs Police Department (CSPD), remains stable, but in critical condition with traumatic head injuries at the [...]

Turkish American Police Officer Cem Duzel Recovering from Traumatic Head Injury Needs Your Help!2018-08-15T23:01:08-04:00