A Call to Action
Nicholas Alahverdian and Representative Ray Hull, along with Reps. John Lombardi, David Bennett, and James McLoughlin have introduced legislation that would create the Emergency Oversight Committee on DCYF. Read the bill.
For far too long, DCYF has been an agency perpetually steeped in chaos and pandemonium. Kids are dying more than ever in the Raimondo-era DCYF. It’s time for the General Assembly to take the lead on DCYF reform — and it begins with your help.
We need you to call your state representative and ask them to support H 7639 to create the commission.
Find your legislator by clicking here: https://vote.sos.ri.gov or here: http://www.rilin.state.ri.us/representatives/default.aspx
Call Speaker Mattiello at 401-222-2466 or email him at email@example.com and voice your support for H 7639 to protect Rhode Island’s children today and tomorrow.
News & Updates
February 19, 2020 — Rep. Ray Hull and Nicholas Alahverdian release video plea for Rhode Islanders to advocate for 2020 DCYF reform legislation
January 10, 2020 — DCYF Reform Advocate Nicholas Alahverdian Diagnosed with Lymphoma — (PDF Version)
January 9, 2020 — Official Statement from The Office of Nicholas Alahverdian
Latest Interviews and Articles:
Emergency oversight commission for DCYF proposed by lawmakers — WPRI News — February 18, 2020
DCYF oversight legislation proposed in honor of advocate –The Providence Journal — February 17, 2020
Nicholas Alahverdian – Conspiracies and why they are not as common as you think
Newest Blog Posts
December 13, 2019: Stop giving more money to the corrupt demagogues at DCYF
December 1, 2019: The Unopened Christmas Gift
The Orphan Chronicles began as a set of personal memoirs that emerged out of a single autobiography. When Nicholas Alahverdian realized that it was not a sustainable narrative to go from documenting his travails as an orphan to celebrating his academic successes as a Harvard student in a linear method, his colleagues and assistants began to encourage him to tear down the walls of archetypal autobiographical writing. Thus, there will be several volumes, the first of which, Dreading and Hoping All, is now in print.
For a full listing of Nicholas Alahverdian’s books, see his Amazon page.