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Lauren McCauley, staff writer
Irish people must "refuse to allow our history to be hijacked for a right-wing white nationalist agenda," wrote Irish senator Aodhán Ó'Ríordáin. (Photo: @DubLoony/Twitter)
While Irish Prime Minster Enda Kenny traveled to the White House to take part in a traditional "shamrock ceremony" with his American counterpart on Thursday, Irish lawmaker Aodhán Ó'Ríordáin and other critics called on Irish-Americans to take a stand against President Donald Trump and his xenophobic policies. To coincide with Ireland's National...
Deirdre Fulton, staff writer
From coast to coast and many places in between, thousands of people are marking...
Lauren McCauley, staff writer
During the demonstration, which was organized in part by The Interfaith Center of New York and September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows, protesters chanted "Let them in!" Some held signs that read "Not In Our Names" while others carried pictures of their lost loved ones. (Photo via Donna Lieberman/ Facebook)
People who lost family members in the September 11 terror attacks are rallying...

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As the feds plan to investigate the Eric Garner travesty "to heal the breakdown in trust," let them check out #CrimingWhileWhite - whites tell of sins safely committed under the cloak of white privilege - and #AliveWhileBlack - blacks tell the flip dark side of the story. Black - "Cops pulled me over (for) going 45 in a fast lane - speed limit was 50" to white - "My buddies wanted more oil $, so I pretended there were WMDs in Iraq & oversaw the murder of 150,000 ppl" - we are two nations.