The Greek Community of Melbourne together with the other members of the Polytechnic Commemorative Committee will honour the 45th anniversary of the Athens Polytechnic students heroic uprising against the junta, with a special event at the Democritus Cultural Centre, on Sunday 18 November, at 2.00pm.
Guest speaker is Ms Lidia Thorpe, Aboriginal of the Gunnai-Gunditimara tribe and member of the Greens Party, who is elected in the Northcote electoral seat. She will talk about the fight of the Aborigines for constitutional recognition and reconciliation.
A music program will follow with Greek-Australian musicans Anthea Sidiropoulos, Stelios Tsiolas, Vassilis Michalakis, Vagelis Abramakis and others.
The Polytechnic Commemorative Committee calls all Greeks to participate and honour the students of the Polytechnic.
Entry is free.
When: Sunday 18 November, 2.00pm
Where: Democritus (583 High Street, Northcote)