Horta Picker Taris Faces Court

John Taris, a 75-year-old retired tailor will face a court on July 9 in Chicago on charges of picking dandelions to eat, which is...

NYT: Migrants in Greece Trying to Escape

The New York Times published an article depicting the hard and painful living conditions of undocumented migrants in Patras. People are brought into Greek...
Athens Mayor Georgios Kaminis in New York City

Athens Mayor Speaks Immigration and Golden Dawn at the UN

Athens mayor, Georgios (George) Kaminis spoke on Friday October 4th to the UN General Assembly about Athens' experience with immigration and also discussed the...

N.Y’s Greeks Mark Independence Day

It's a little delayed from March 25, but Greek Independence Day will be celebrated in New York on April  7 with a traditional parade,...

New Rules for Ιllegal Immigrants

The Federal Government under Barack Obama announced the new immigration rules according to which hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants, close relatives of U.S....

AHEPA Marks 91st Anniversary

On July 26, 1922, eight Greek-American visionaries joined their forces in Atlanta to establish the American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association (AHEPA), an organization based...

Washington Post: Greeks Seek Job Opportunities in Germany and EU

“Washington Post” with an article entitled“Greece one month away from key bailout target” describes what point the negotiations are at between the Greek coalition...

Vourderis, Greek King of Ice Cream Died

Marinos Vourderis , a poor Greek immigrant who became the millionaire king of Italian ices, died at his home in Jamaica Estates, Queens, New...

Philadelphia Greek Independence Day

On March  17, the Benjamin Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia was filled with Greek flags, bands, floats and people celebrating Greece’s succesful War of Independence...

A History of Greek-American Radicalism

Greek immigrants were found in America as early as the late 19th century, chasing the American Dream. Many of them managed to make their...

Memorial For First Greek U.S. Congressman

On Saturday, April 20, in a modest and moving ceremony in the city of Oshkosh, Wisconsin, a memorial dedicated to the Philhellene Colonel Jonathan...

Book Launch: “New York to Athens: 8 hours and 35 minutes”

Fotini Tsalikoglou is a psychology professor at Panteion University and has published academic works, essays, novels, and tales. During the presentation of her new...

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