For Immediate Release: May 2nd, 2009
Contact: Nikolaos Taneris, New York, Tel. 1-917-699-9935
WASHINGTON—The Hellenic League of America (HLA) took a proud stand to face down
the Genocidal Turkish regime outside the Turkish Embassy in Washington DC to
mark international Remembrance Day for the Armenian Genocide on April 24th,
HLA activists following on the heels of a string of successful action in recent
months, from successfully mobilizing the entire Greek-American community to
remove the Star of Vergina from the VISA Card to staging the first ever Hellenic
Genocide commemoration outside the UN, have now launched a newly revamped
website and embark on a lecture and sporting event circuit for all our ethnic
Greek brothers and sisters.
We are expanding our work to encapsulate all a true patriotic Hellenic
organization should do, demonstrations, rallies, commemorations , educational
teach ins, book readings, sporting events and panel discussions and lectures.
So far, we have done more, much more, than all those organizations out there
with thousands of times our financial resources combined. We will do more, this
is the New Dawn.
Please take the time to visit the many new sections to our site such as “HLA in
the News”, on our website: http://www.hellenicleagueofamericahla.org/
Pan-European Front at Armenian Genocide Vigil by Magna GRECE
HLA Battle of Bitonto Commemoration Flyer by Magna GRECE
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