HAWC CelebrateS 200 yEARS OF gREECE'S INDEPENDENCE WITH SPECIAL CONFERENCE IN SPETSES, GREECE jUNE 26-28, 2021 HONORING hellenic heroines
WASHINGTON, DC –The Hellenic American Women’s Council (HAWC) is hosting a special Bicentennial Celebration to honor four extraordinary Greek Heroines, June 26-28, 2021 in Spetses, Greece. HAWC joins “Greece 2021” in celebrating our Greek identity and cultural heritage as we commemorate the 200 years since the Greek Revolution of 1821 that established Greece as an independent nation.
HAWC is inviting the Hellenic women of diaspora and Greece and PhilHellenes to come join in this once-in-a-lifetime event that will take place at the renowned Anargyrios & Korgialenios Foundation Estate and also Bouboulina’s House. Advance registrations are being taken through April. HAWC will be honoring women who defied the prescribed roles for women in their century and emerged as powerful heroines and role models for all of us: Bouboulina (19th century), Manto Mavrogenous (19th century), Lady of Ro (20th century) and Stella Kokolis (21st century).
Highlights of the program will include: