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U.S. Greeks Fear For Homeland's Future

Theo Polizos, right, prepares bougatsa at St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church in Seattle. (Seattle Globalist Photo/Venice Buhain)
Theo Polizos, right, prepares bougatsa at St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church in Seattle. (Seattle Globalist Photo/Venice Buhain)

Greek Americans have been anxiously watching as their native country’s financial crisis has come to a head in the past few weeks. During the many years of Greece’s economic turmoil, many U.S. Greeks have been sending money to relatives there, and supporting businesses by visiting and buying products.

Reporter Liz Jones of Here & Now contributor KUOW met with some Greek Americans in Seattle and found that their families in Greece and the future of the country is never far from their minds.

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