Yes, Armenian people predominantly have light skin and are considered white by society today.

This question is important because it is the cornerstone of discussions of whether Armenian communities are vulnerable to prejudice and discrimination. The Armenian people are considered white by society today, but this was not always the case. In the past, Armenians were discriminated against for being different.

This question has been a topic of debate among Armenians for a long time. One side of the argument is that Armenians are an ethnic group that originated from the Caucasian region and thus, they should be classified as white. The other side argues that they are not white because their phenotype is different from those of Caucasians.

In the Armenian diaspora, Armenians have been classified as white. This has been a subject of controversy, as this label is based on a Western conception of race and does not take into account the history of the Armenian people.

The word “white” is most commonly used to refer to people who have a light skin tone, though it can also be used to refer to a group of people who have largely come from the Western world and European countries. There are many Eastern Europeans who have been historically considered white despite having darker skin tones. Some people think that it’s not fair for someone to be labeled white when they don’t have any European heritage at all, while others believe that what matters most is whether or not you identify with being a part of this group.