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Figuratively speaking, Greek-American women have been without a voice since the first Greek immigrants arrived here as wives, sisters, and daughters--making no sound, proclaiming no existence.

But because we had no voice, no one cared to acknowledge the phenomenon we were presented.  Greek-American women, possessed of a particular culture, living a special way of life, surrounded by a special set of circumstances.

Now,  in hearing our voices on tapes and in transcribing them into this book, Constance Callinicos has helped us to find our voice --and now it is there for all to heed.

This is an important book. Read it. Rejoice in our collective, powerful voices.

         Aphrodite Clamar, PhD
          from the Introduction