A Personal Narrative on Emigration by Méabh O’Leary Méabh is what is termed a ‘love migrant’ in a ‘mixed marriage’. She said ‘I do’ in ‘home’ sickness and in health to Bruce and to Australia. Managing a dual identity and the issues that arise over the lifecycle of migration led Méabh to be involved with ‘Griefline’ …
‘Murder wasn’t enough. These guardians of one version of independence would ration even human sympathy.’
None of my three sons are here to share it
It is inspirational!
Memories of a 1950s Irish leftie in St Kilda, Melbourne by Dr Dennis Walker The extraordinary cultural mix of St Kilda inevitably brought together people of radically opposing ideologies. Dr Dennis Walker sheds some light on one aspect of this diversity remembered from his childhood: the Irish immigrant nationalists. My father, Patrick Joseph Walker, was born …
The films in the festival shine a light on contemporary Ireland.
IXO volunteers in the parish of your ancestors are a friendly face and great source of information and advice;
when everyone is poor, cooperation tends to be more common than conflict.
A two-day International Clann Gathering will be held in the heart of “McKenna Country” – Emyvale, the Barony of Truagh and Monaghan Town to celebrate the one hundredth anniversary of the 1916 Easter Rising
the main emphasis of his address was to the impressive histories of all the Irish diaspora around the world,