EMBCA Presents Hellenic/Philhellenic Women & Their Effect on the Hellenic Revolution

November 23, 2020

NEW YORK – The East Mediterranean Business Cultural Alliance (EMBCA) on Sunday, December 13, 2 PM EST (9 PM Athens EEST) presents Hellenic/Philhellenic Women and Their Effect on the Hellenic Revolution Panel Discussion Webinar in association with AHEPA's Hellenic Cultural Commission. The event will be available on EMBCA’s YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/uUpp1EjYC68. 

The focus of the panel discussion will be on the numerous brave and heroic Hellenic women of the Revolution, some well-known such as Laskarina Bouboulina, Manto Mavrogenou, the Mesolongitises, the Maniatises, and others, not so well-known to the general public such as Rallou Karatza, Evanthia Kairis, Elizabeth Moutsan-Martinengo, Domna Visvizi, Asimina Goura, etc.  

Revolutionary precursors such Moscho Tzavella and the Souliotises will be discussed as will the philhellenic women of the various Greek Committees in America that supported the Revolution in a significant way.  

This event as others this year are part of EMBCA’s American Hellenic Revolution of 1821 Bicentennial Committee series of events for the upcoming 200th anniversary of the Hellenic Revolution. 

More information is available online: https://embca.com.  


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