Greek-American Radicals – the Untold Story
narrates the story of Greek-American radicalism from the era of mass migration till the McCarthy period in the 50s.
A history of collective struggles, radical ideas, exciting journeys and forgotten traditions interwoven with the times of upheaval, social and political movements, persecutions and collective disillusionments.
Focusing from the Great Depression to the demise of ethnic radicalism in the 50s, the documentary Greek-American Radicals: the Untold Story brings forth an alternative vision of Greek-American history that highlights the transformations and multiple interrelations between ethnicity, class and radicalism.
First Screening: Thursday, March 21, 17:30 [Tonia Marketaki Room]
Second Screening: Friday, March 22, 12:30 [John Cassavetes Room]
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Visit the Timeline for an overview of the narration;
learn about the Greek Workers’ Educational Clubs, Radical Publications, Greek-American presence in the Spanish Civil War
A Press Realese and additional matterial can be found in the Media section [Under Construction]