Racism in Ireland“If you told yourself you weren’t black, then you weren’t the n-word.”

As heard on The Ryan Tubridy Show

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The late Christine Buckley campaigned for more than 25 years for victims of abuse in industrial schools in Ireland and her son Conor Buckley, talking to Ryan Tubridy on Tuesday, said he believed she would have been to the forefront of the protests supporting Black Lives Matter in recent weeks, if she was still with us. Conor had a very …

Dancer Morgan Bullock“I think what I’m really doing is appreciating the Irish culture, I’m participating in it in a very respectful way.”

As heard on liveline

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Virginia native Morgan Bullock took up Irish dancing 10 years ago at the Baffa Academy of Irish Dance in Midlothian, Virginia, USA, as she told Joe Duffy on Tuesday’s Liveline: “I started Irish dancing about a decade ago and I’ve loved it, loved competing and it brought me all over the world.” Morgan regularly posts clips of herself performing Irish …

Úna-Minh Kavanagh“I have no time for negativity because I feel that it’s a waste of energy.”

As heard on The Ray D'Arcy Show

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Some people speak with a smile in their voice and Úna-Minh Kavanagh is surely one of them. The microphone picks it up; it’s unmistakable. The airwaves sang with positivity today as she told Ray D’Arcy: “I have no time for negativity because I feel that it’s a waste of energy.” Hardly surprising after a childhood in Kerry, that most Instagrammable …