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The Asia Minor Disaster in the American Press of the Time

The Asia Minor Disaster in the American Press of the Time

All wars are eventually consigned to History, but the reality of war starts out as tragic daily life.
‘Vile filthy Greeks’ – The 1909 Anti-Greek Riots in Omaha (Part 4)

‘Vile filthy Greeks’ – The 1909 Anti-Greek Riots in Omaha (Part 4)

The Several Streams of Hellenism that Flow to AmericaRead Part 1 HereRead Part 2 HereRead Part 3 HereAs the Hellenic Homeland and the Diaspora this year and last year mark important historical anniversaries that impacted both, it is important take a look and the journey many undertook to America, a place where they were not always welcome.
“Vile Filthy Greeks” – The 1909 Anti-Greek Riots in Omaha (Part 3)

“Vile Filthy Greeks” – The 1909 Anti-Greek Riots in Omaha (Part 3)

Part 3: The Alchemy of Greek Assimilation in AmericaRead Part 1 HereRead Part 2 HereIn 2022 Hellenism both continues to mark the Greek Bicentennial, whose celebration was interrupted by the pandemic, and the aftermath of the Greek Revolution – which includes the Asia Minor catastrophe and the mass migration of Hellenes to America, a place where they were not always welcome.
“Vile Filthy Greeks” – The 1909 Anti-Greek Riots in Omaha (Part 2)

“Vile Filthy Greeks” – The 1909 Anti-Greek Riots in Omaha (Part 2)

Just Looking for a Job, but Becoming a TargetRead Part 1 HereAfter celebrating the Bicentennial of the beginning of the Greek Revolution, which liberated a large portion of the Greek nation and founded the Greek state, in 2022 Hellenism has an opportunity to start to examine and acknowledge the aftermath, including the 100th dark anniversary of the Asia Minor catastrophe and the persecution of the Greeks of Asia Minor, as well as the fate of Hellenic Diaspora.
“Vile filthy Greeks” – The 1909 Anti-Greek Riots in Omaha (Part 1)

“Vile filthy Greeks” – The 1909 Anti-Greek Riots in Omaha (Part 1)

Part 1: Looking for a Home(land)In 2021 Hellenism celebrated the completion of 200 years since the revolution that liberated the Greek nation and founded the Greek state.
Jennifer Dulos Featured on Real Life Nightmare

Jennifer Dulos Featured on Real Life Nightmare

ΝΕW YORK - It has been more than two years since the last time anyone saw Jennifer Dulos, οn May 24, 2019, after dropping of her kids at school, the mother of 5 disappeared, only months before her 51st birthday.
One Epidemic Prepares Us for Another – But the World Often Forgets the Lessons

One Epidemic Prepares Us for Another – But the World Often Forgets the Lessons

The fight against COVID relies in great part on the insights gained from battle against a previous epidemic – AIDS – one that continues to unfold.
TNH Exclusive: An Interview with John Negroponte

TNH Exclusive: An Interview with John Negroponte

A prominent figure in the administrations of both Presidents Bush, John Negroponte has had a career which exemplifies the term “career diplomat.
Exclusive: 5 Greek-Americans in the House Speak with The National Herald

Exclusive: 5 Greek-Americans in the House Speak with The National Herald

Almost 20 days following the inauguration of President Biden, American politics and the American government is still fighting the COVID-19 pandemic and its financial impact, while the upcoming Senate trial of former President Trump stands as a reminder not only of the deep divisions in society and politics, but also of their culmination in the armed breach of the Capitol.
The National Herald’s Person of the Year: Dr. Albert Bourla; CEO, Pfizer

The National Herald’s Person of the Year: Dr. Albert Bourla; CEO, Pfizer

Person of the year! Dear God, is 2020 really over? And, really, has it been just a single year? More so, who would even want to be the person of a year that has brought such pain and fear, such unmatched loneliness in the quarantined homes of our past gatherings, and in the exposed consciousness of our timeless frailty? The answer is, yes, 2020 is almost over.

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