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War on the Irish Language

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The July 9, 1921 edition of The Gaelic American contained an article titled “War on the Irish Language.” The article reported, “The war on the...

Bloody Sunday: “14 Dead, Not Forgotten”

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The following is an updated excerpt from our 50th anniversary piece on Bloody Sunday by Patrick O'Hara: On January 30, 1972, thousands of people in...

Ashling Murphy Walk/Run NYC

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In memory of murder victim Ashling Murphy, from Tullamore, County Offaly, Irish women in New York have organized a 4-mile walk/run in Central Park...

Allen Gogarty Fundraiser Festival

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On Saturday February 11 at 2pm, there will be a benefit held for singer/songwriter Allen Gogarty at The Joyce Public House (315 W 39th...

Irish Lessons at the NY Irish Center

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The New York Irish Center is hosting a five-week Irish language course, beginning on Tuesday January 17th. The classes will be in-person on Tuesday...

Rev. Hull at New Orleans

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On January 8th, 1815, though the “War of 1812 was over, word had not reached the British and American troops in the Southern United...

Graffiti on the Wall

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After the Irish women’s soccer team was taped singing “Celtic Symphony” a couple of months ago, and after the Leinster Rugby stadium played “Celtic...

The Candle & The Wreath

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The modern Christmas Wreath demonstrates the spirit of the season, but to some it is also a reminder of another spirit – a spirit...

The Orange Legacy in New York

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In the 1790s, rural County Armagh was a hotbed of Protestant and Catholic sectarianism. Friction between the two groups culminated in a fierce pitched...

Northern Assembly Election Results

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Northern Assembly Results From its inception in 1920, the state of Northern Ireland was created to maintain a Unionist majority, putting an international border through...