The Armenian genocide is marking a somber anniversary this weekend. It began 100 years ago and caused thousands of Armenians to flee what's now Turkey, taking their language dialect with them. Los Angeles is home to the largest population of Armenians in the United States, but the dialect they brought with them is now in danger of fading away. This week, we launch a new series we're calling "Between Homelands." We're teaming up with students from USC Annenberg's School for Communication and Journalism. They're bringing us stories of people living in California who have come from far away or who were born in the U.S. but for some reason feel like cultural foreigners. Andy Vasoyan starts us off with this story about a language teacher trying to save something that could have died 100 years ago.