NEW YORK – Michelle Caruso-Cabrera attended the Doxology celebrating the Bicentennial of the Greek Revolution on March 25th at the Archdiocesan Cathedral of the Holy Trinity at the invitation of His Eminence Archbishop Elpidophoros of America. Caruso-Cabrera, a Democratic primary candidate for New York City Comptroller, shared her thoughts on the historic Bicentennial in the following statement:
"The significance of Greek Revolution 200 years ago can never be overstated. Like the Fourth of July, it continues to remind all of us to honor freedom and democracy regardless of the price.
“What makes it so extraordinarily valuable to me is that Greek New Yorkers have similarly displayed the same resilience and energy to make our City successful and our democracy flourish.
“As someone who spent years reporting from Greece as Chief International Correspondent for CNBC, Greece and the Greek people have always held a special place in my heart. Today, we are all Greek and I congratulate Greece and all Greek-Americans on its bicentennial."
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