The Corning Centre launched its 100 Voices project today with a news article from the Canadian press and a student interview. Over the next 100 days leading up to the centenary of the Armenian Genocide, the centre will continue to release a video clip representing themes of survival, memory and justice every day. Other materials featured will include lesson plans, photographs, and articles published in the Canadian press before, during and after the genocide. 100 Voices is run in partnership with senior students and teachers at Toronto's ARS Armenian Private School. You can view our first of a hundred video clips below and read the first posting of articles from the Canadian Press here.