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  Senator Billy Lawless: Irish Government representative for the Irish Diaspora.November 10, 2018
This week, a bill was introduced to US Congress that could possibly be a new US Visa available to Irish citizens that would allow them to live and work in the US. Lawless and the Irish Government with the support of AOH Centers and Irish immigrant lobbyists are working with Democrats and Republicans to ensure that there is bi-partisan support for the initiative. Unfortunately, this bill does not address the issue of Irish undocumented currently living in the US
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  Mary P. Corcoran, PhD is a graduate of the University of Dublin, Trinity College, Columbia University and currently a Fulbright-EPA Visiting Scholar at Quinnipiac University:November 10, 2018
Her areas of specialty is Irish migration trends from the 1980s to the present and the flourishing interest in urban agriculture and community gardening in Ireland.
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  Joanie Madden, Cherish The Ladies: the extremely talented all-female Irish American band, ranks among the best-known and respected exponents of Traditional Irish music and dance worldwideNovember 2, 2018
Bronx born to Irish parents (Mom Clare, Dad Galway). Joanie launches Cherish the Ladies 17th CD Heart of the Home on Adrianís program today. A Grammy Award winner, Joanie has recorded numerous solo albums and produced PBS TV programs. The prestigious 2018 Eugene O'Neill Lifetime Achievement Award will be bestowed on Joanie Madden by the Irish American Writers & Artists (IAW&A) Nov.12.
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  How to Defuse a Bomb: The Project Children Story: An Award-winning film.October 27, 2018
Denis Mulcahy founded Project Children in 1975 during the darkest days of violence in N.Ireland, bringing young people from both sides of the divide to the US for peaceful summers. David Maxwell, Chairman, Monaghan County Council announces the first screening in Ireland Nov 2018.
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  Nancy Giambalvo, was adopted through the black market (after her mother was told she had a stillbirth),October 20, 2018
grew up in Brooklyn, NY in a Jewish household but always felt she was different from the majority of her family and neighbors. After more than 20 years searching for her roots, Nancy finally discovered her birth family through Ancestry.com. This past June she and her husband Andy returned to Ireland and England to finally meet her motherís family, the Gintys in Bonnieconlon, Ballina, Co. Mayo.
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