Louis Tikas: from Crete to Colorado as Labor Union Organizer

The symbol of the struggle of labor rights throughout America is connected to Louis Tikas (his birth name was Elias Anastasiou Spantidakis, later changed...
Baby Rafaela

Can a Six Month Old Baby Change the World?

Greek American baby Rafaela is traveling to all 50 States with her parents Mark and Ismini Svensson in a quest to spread kindness. It seems...

Greek Hell For Illegal Immigrants

Newsweek magazine published a six-page story depicting the often intolerable conditions in which illegal immigrants are kept in Greece, in overcrowded detention centers. The magazine’s...

Greece Tackling of Trafficking is Stable

The evaluation of Greece in the State Department’s annual report, concerning human trafficking and the tackling of modern slavery remains unchanged. According to the data...

US Says Golden Dawn Spikes Anti-Semitism

With most of the attention around the neo-Nazi Golden Dawn party centered around its anti-immigrant stance, the U.S State Department's annual report on international...

AHI Holds Annual Awards

The annual awards' ceremony of the American Hellenic Institute was held in Washington. Four personalities of the Greek Diaspora, involved in American political life...

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