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  • IA Partnership aiding Irish education

    By Mairtin O’Muilleoir momuilleoir@irishecho.com A bumper fundraising year for the Irish American Partnership has enabled the Boston-headquartered non-profit to ramp up its support for educational projects in Ireland. “I am pleased that 77 grants have been awarded since September 2013,” Executive Director Mary Sugrue McAleer told the Irish Echo. “Today, we are reaching more schools, […]

  • Preserving a Mayo and Irish Tresasure

    by Áine Ní Shionnaigh July 23 page 6 & 7 I like to think that West of Irelanders possess a unique determination and spirit, however, none more so than Lord Jeremy Browne Altamont of Westport House whose passing is deeply mourned this week. Thanks to his unique foresight, Lord Altamont leaves behind an enduring legacy for […]

  • Community needs more ambition: Lyons

    Siobhan Lyons has been executive director of the Irish Immigration Center for five years.   By Peter McDermott Siobhan Lyons has a problem. It’s one, though, that is testament to her success as executive director of the Irish Immigration Center of Philadelphia. “We are working beyond our capacity,” said the Dubliner, who is marking five […]

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Honoring Irish America’s Labor Legacy

The contribution of the Irish in America to the cause of labor has been nothing less than immense. Indeed, it could be argued that the American labor movement would not exist at all in its current form without the efforts of the standout Irish men and women through the years, both immigrant arrivals in mind that the Irish Echo is hosting an event November 7th at The Edison Ballroom. This year we will be honoring 50 Irish-American men and women in today’s labor movement, while at the same time reflecting on the work of those historical giants who paved the way to labor’s central role in  contemporary American life.

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