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I dream of sending several of my students to Armenia to study one day.
Each of these finalists received a ,000 award from the Aurora Prize cofounders to support the organizations that have inspired their work.
The winner of the grand prize was a larger than life, soulful, and joyous woman named Marguerite Barankitse.
But 100 Lives, among others in the Armenian diaspora, is hoping to change all that and remind the world of the events of 1915 when up to 1.5 million Armenians were killed during the last days of the Ottoman Empire.
The humanitarian foundation, in its own words, "celebrates those who helped Armenians in need one hundred years ago, and continues in their spirit by supporting people and organisations that keep the legacy of gratitude alive".