Yvette Jarvis will show you Greece – the time to visit is now

2010 Black Women in Europe Power Lister Yvette Jarvis is a game changer. Among her lengthy list of accomplishments she is the first black woman to hold political office in Greece. Now she is embarking on sharing the wonders of Greece with first time or repeat visitors.

With the economic crisis in Greece there may never have been a better time to visit to get the most value for money. Yvette is part of a travel venture that can show you your Greece your way.

 

Geo Routes & Aegean Routes are theme cultural expeditions, held under the auspices of the Hellenic National Commission for UNESCO.
Geo Routes & Aegean Routes are aimed at making the unexplored parts of Greece known, highlighting the country’s cultural heritage and contributing to the development of the local society, through Corporate Social Responsibility programmes.
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The planning of our journies to the “other side” of Greece, as far as the expeditions’ cultural, social, culunary and environmental character is concerned, resulted from the contribution of excellent professionals and scientists who have shared common thoughts and values.
Geo Routes & Aegean Routes expeditions are ideally fitting to experienced voyagers from all over the world, who they seek to the experiential part of a journey. Among others, our expeditions fostering to the hidden side of the country, socializing with the unique people living there, as well as Greece 5000 years of contribution to the words’ Civilization, Sciences and Democracy.

Contact Yvette for more information and to book your tour today, on Yvette_Jarvis@geo-routes.com.

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Introducing Yvette! on Moiko Records

Listen to Yvette on Moiko Records Music Showcase!

Yvette Jarvis

“Yvette Ala Grecque” bonus tracks some of your favorite hot cover songs!

Buy Mp3s @:
www.moikorecords

Time: April 24, 2010 from 5pm to 8pm
Location: “Moiko Records Music Showcase” – Blog Talk Radio
Organized By: Crystal Cartier – Word Man – Moiko

Event Description:

Yvette Jarvis

This Saturday evening (17:00 EST), we will be interviewing Moiko Recording Artist, “Yvette Jarvis” and debuting her album, “Yvette … a La Grecque”!

Besides her “Greek” album debut, we will also be playing several of her “HOT” cover songs and discussing various international issues.

See more details and RSVP on MOIKO RECORDS!

http://moikonetwork.ning.com/events/event/show?id=984361%3AEvent%3A132513&xgi=39bwb5IYtEEVLi&xg_source=msg_invite_event

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Black Expat in Greece Created the Baracko Coin

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No one understood the power of the coin for getting a political message across like the Ancient Greeks. Their coinage was circulated throughout the ancient world to honor everything from victories, events, and patron deities, to nature. Also, it was the perfect way to let it be known "who did what and where".

The coin’s designer, Ann Martin-Papazoglou, has taken inspiration from the Greek myths and the stunning classical styles of Ancient Greek coins. The Baracko coin shows the bold, beautiful profile of Obama decked out in the lion headdress of the mighty Hercules. On the left, “backing” Obama, is the majestic Greek coin portraying Hercules in his renowned lion-skin cape that has come to symbolize courage, invulnerability, and winning against all odds.

The flip side of the Baracko is emblazoned with: "Barack Obama U.S. Presidential Candidate 2008". Around the rim is the famous "YES WE CAN!" motto in five languages: English, Spanish, Greek, German and French. This haunting rallying cry has circled the globe and captured the hearts and imagination of a broad spectrum of people on every continent.

Visit this site and scroll down for prices and ordering information:
http://barackocoin.blogspot.com/…-here.html

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