Award winning journalist Suzanne Breen will discuss the continuing story of ‘Brysongate’ and why 18 Sinn Féin members have resigned in protest thus far.
As recently released secret British documents reveal the impact of the MacBride Principles against religious discrimination in employment Patrick Doherty of the New York State Comptroller’s Office will discuss how this grassroots American campaign, inspired by the Sullivan Principles for South Africa, became a rallying force which overcame British government efforts.
Brendan Costello will talk about a special upcoming awards event by Irish American Writers and Artists.
Go to Radio Free Éireann’s new web site, rfe123.org , where you can read written transcripts of last weeks headline making interviews with Kate Nash on the latest milestone in the decades long fight of the Bloody Sunday victims families to bring British troopers to justice and Independent Councillor Padraig McShane on McAllister-McVeigh Memorial Park where Unionists withheld funding because the park is named for Irish patriots killed almost a century ago.
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