Stay Informed To take advantage of your Constitutional and political rights and privileges, you need to be up-to-date. The U.S. Azeris Network (USAN) is here to facilitate just that: 1) Check our website often; 2) Become a member of USAN by registering in the Action Database (see below); 3) Subscribe to our Google groups list and Twitter to receive action alerts and newsletters; 4) Register to vote; 5) Spread the word about USAN among Azerbaijani-Americans, Turkic-Americans and friends of Azerbaijan.

To communicate with your elected officials, legislators and media, click on a links above and follow the instructions on the screen. All information is private and confidential – only your name, address and email are transmitted to the officials you address your letters to. If you write from your business address, your title and business name can also be transmitted if you want it. USAN is encouraging grassroots activism and is open to all positive and negative feedback as well as draft letters on subjects important to the Azerbaijani-American Diaspora and Turkic-American communities, and the strengthening of the U.S.-Azerbaijan strategic allied relations. Some of the common questions are answered in the USAN FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions.

USAN's National Platform

Azerbaijani-American activists The U.S. Azeris Network (USAN) is a grassroots advocacy and voter education organization which is active on both National (Federal) and Local (State) levels on all issues of importance to the Azerbaijani-Americans, Turkic-Americans, and U.S.-Azerbaijan strategic allied relations.

Being a genuine grassroots network, created by the masses for the masses, we need mass activism from people such as yourself. Please register and take part in our Action Campaign Letters and all other initiatives, such as Voter Registration.

Grassroots Action Campaign Center – send any of those letters to become member of USAN:

1) Armenian Military Occupation and Ethnic Cleansing of Shusha

2) 16 years of occupation of Azerbaijan by Armenian military

3) Azerbaijan has one of the highest number of refugees per capita in the world

4) Memo on the ethnic Azerbaijani Turks in Iran

5) Increase US aid to Azerbaijan, reduce to Armenia, zero out to NK

6) Immigration issues for the Azerbaijani-Americans

7) Urge Your Congressman to Join the Congressional Azerbaijan Caucus (CAC)!

8) Urge Your Congressman to Join the Congressional Turkish Caucus!

9) Thanking President Obama for increased technical, security, military aid to Azerbaijan, less for Armenia

Inactive (Past) Issues

1) Black January commemoration

2) Op-ed on Sen. Obama’s stance

3) The Caucasus: Frozen Conflicts and Closed Borders

4) Protest Travel Guide mistakes over NK and other Azerbaijani territories

5) Con. Michael McNulty (D-NY) Nagorno-Karabakh statement outrage

6) Vote 2008

7) USAN Conference

8) Thanking Congressman Ortiz and Congresswoman Foxx for Khojaly Massacre commemoration on February 25, 2008

9) Thanking Congressman Pete Sessions (R-TX) and Congresswoman Thelma Drake (R-VA) for joining the Congressional Azerbaijan Caucus (CAC) in February 2008

10) Press Release: Azerbaijani-Americans commemorate the 16th anniversary of the Khojaly Massacre, call for its proper recognition

11) Nowruz Bayram is an Azerbaijani New Year, too

12) Armenia: Censors Block Printing Of Opposition Newspapers (media report)

13) March 31: Commemoration of the Day of Genocide of Azerbaijanis

14) 16th anniversary of Shusha city (Azerbaijan) occupation by Armenian military

15) Congress should condemn Armenia’s presidential elections and hold hearings

16) Concern about Mourad Topalian meeting with Members of Congress

17) Failed democratization of Armenia – a heist worth $2,6 billion dollars to US taxpayers

18) Azeri-Americans concerned about ongoing hostilities on the front lines

19) War on Georgia by South Ossetia and Abkhazia separatists

20) Model Azerbaijan: article in Washington Times on religious tolerance, a record to follow by all other nations around the world

21) Azeri Jews: Centuries of coexistence in Azerbaijan

22) Azerbaijan National Day: Celebration of Azerbaijani and American Democracy

23) Khojaly Massacre commemoration letter

24) Sumgait events of February 28, 1988: setting the record straight

25) Nowruz Bayram is an Azerbaijani New Year too

26) March 31: Commemoration of the Day of Genocide of Azerbaijanis

27) Gross mistakes and double standards by Freedom House
28) A big thank you to Gov. Gibbons from Azerbaijani-Americans

29) Azerbaijan more than doubles its peacekeeping force in Afghanistan


The U.S. Azeris Network (USAN) is a non-profit, non-partisan, true grassroots organization which aims to educate, engage, energize, link and unite Azerbaijani-American voters across the political spectrum into the U.S. political process, on both Federal and State levels. USAN will facilitate, ease and automate the electronic delivery of letters, petitions, action alerts and major news from Azerbaijani-American voters to their State Legislators, Assemblymen, Congressmen and Senators, as well as the White House and the local media. This was especially important for the Azerbaijani-American community in the 2008 election year, when Presidential, U.S. House and Senate, and State and Local elections were held all at once on November 4th.