One of the greatest Irish American leaders of all time, Tom Moran, passed away Sunday, August 12th after a short illness. He was 65. A funeral mass will be celebrated in his memory at St. Patrick’s Cathedral on Friday, August 17th.
When ICE began raiding local businesses, school officials in O'Neill, Neb., contacted people in the town’s Latino community to let them know that the elementary school would be open as a place of sanctuary.
The former government official and military officer asked just months before 9/11. If it would take an attack on the Pentagon before the threat of al-Qaeda was properly addressed. Sheehan passed away on Monday, July 30, aged 63.
I share his views but more importantly have been allowed to share his words. This is a fabulous explanation of what has gone wrong in Ireland today and with our friends across the pond. He takes his lead from Franklin D Roosevelt and the New Deal.
In honor of his daughter Barbara, who suffered from the same rare and fatal genetic condition, Wisconsin man John Ewan has walked from Dublin to Galway to raise fund for Multiple Sulfatase Deficiency research.
Denise Ryan, 34, has spent six years battling a potentially terminal illness that has caused serious damage to her digestive tract and immune system. Being fed through a tube and at one stage bed bound in her parents home, she drastically needs to travel to Seattle for treatment.
Brian O’Dwyer has been an Irish American community leader for decades and intends to continue his good works as he swaps old titles for new responsibilities. Debbie McGoldrick speaks to O’Dwyer about his past work, and what he looks forward to in the future.
Linda McEvatt, one of the founding members of the Irish Immigration Reform Movement (IIRM) in the 1980s, who worked tirelessly to secure legal status for the undocumented Irish at the time, died suddenly on July 12.