Panel Discussion on Preserving Greek Culture in Seattle

October 27, 2018

SEATTLE, WA – Preserving our Culture in a Changing American Environment was the topic of a panel discussion sponsored by the Greek-American Historical Museum of Washington State on October 14 at the Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption in Seattle. Focusing on the role of the Church, academic institutions, fraternal organizations and others as caretakers of our ethnic heritage, the lively discussion was moderated by Founder and President of the Museum John Nicon and included panelists John T. John, Seattle attorney and key supporter of Hellenes of the Northwest and the University of Washington Hellenic Studies program; Steve Frangos, one of the most prolific historians and authors of Greek-America, including regular feature articles in The National Herald; and Elizabeth Economou, Seattle-based journalist, writer, and editor, as well as a former adjunct professor at Seattle University.

More information about the Greek-American Historical Museum of Washington State is available online: greeksinwashington.org.


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