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Alan Black, survivor of the Kingsmill massacre in Armagh, gave a harrowing account of the killings.
“There's no word in the language I revere more than 'teacher.'
The special bond made reading books with my daughter eased the anxiety of separation.
Derry native and teacher in Arizona says winning the MLK award was the highlight of her life.
An Irish woman remembers first encounter with racism in America.
The rain is lashing down in Phoenix and I'm thinking of Ireland.
The value and freedom found at a young age in a mobile library in Antrim.
Compelled to comment on his public life which splashed noisily into the lives of the people of Northern Ireland.
Sorrow as no new words to guide us from one of Ireland’s giants.