During the 50th anniversary of Northern Ireland's civil rights movement shaking off the paradigm of "good activist v bad terrorist" and finding a more balanced way of looking at the interplay between the republicans and civil rights.
I'm quite proud of the fact that I heavily criticized the dreadful Conor McGregor in this space last year, not for his financial feats at all but for draping himself constantly in our proud Tricolor when raking in his brawling millions.
Irish in America are in need of a reminder of just how despised, just how desperate, just how foreign, their ancestors were. And all of that begins with the Famine Irish, streaming off of those coffins ships.
"Looking at this history allows us to highlight the hypocrisy in a historical sense of Irish Americans... and it also enhances our comprehension of the magnitude of the hardships immigrants from the Global South currently face."