Antetokounmpo ‘Greek Freak Nation’ T-Shirt Misinterpreted

A Greek website publicly apologized for a harsh article which unleashed an unwarranted furious attack on Thanasis Antetokounmpo. The whole issue started from a...
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...

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...
Twice A Stranger

‘Twice a Stranger’ Documentary Presented at University of Illinois

“Twice a Stranger,” a documentary about the most significant forced population exchanges in the 20th century was recently presented by the Modern Greek Studies department at the University of Illinois.

Thorough Report From State Department for Greek neo-Nazi Party

A detailed record on the practices and the nature of the Greek neo-Nazi party Golden Dawn, is incorporated in the International Religious Freedom report...
Archbishop Iakovos with Dr. Martin Luther King

Martin Luther King’s Great Greek Friend and Supporter

Archbishop Iakovos is known in the U.S. as the committed and caring pastor who put the Greek Orthodox Faith on the map for Americans and...

The Greek Orthodox Archbishop who Walked with Martin Luther King

The 1965 march of headed civil rights leader Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in Selma, Alabama was a turning point in American history....
Archbishop Iakovos with Dr. Martin Luther King

Martin Luther King’s Great Greek Friend & Supporter

Archbishop Iakovos is known in the U.S. as the committed and caring pastor who put the Greek Orthodox Faith on the map for Americans and...

Permanent Mission of Greece to the UN for People with Disabilities

Yesterday, the rights of people with disabilities were discussed during the third Committee of the UN’s General Assembly. The United Nation’s data shows that...

State Department: Report on Human Rights in Greece

The annual report published by the U.S. State Department, which records the state of human rights around the world, sees for 2013 the “unprovoked...

Greek American Human Rights Activist Aris Anagnos Dies at 94

Aris Anagnos, a Greek American human rights and social justice activist, died of natural causes on Monday, at the age of 94. Born in Greece...

Interview with Professor Marina Angel of Temple University

Professor Emerita of Law Marina Angel, chatted with this Greek-American journalist about being recognized by the Greek-American community for her work to improve social...

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