Honoring Thomas Devin Reilly

Irish patriot Thomas Devin Reilly, a Young Irelander who was exiled after the failed 1848 Rising, was honored in a graveside re-dedication ceremony at Mt. Olivet Cemetery in Washington DC on December 1, 2018. Reilly emigrated to the United States and rose to become a confidant of President Franklin Pierce […]

 

Irish American Unity Conference Denounces Anti-Semitic Attack on Pittsburgh Jewish Community

WASHINGTON DC…October 30, 2018. The Irish American Unity Conference condemns in the strongest terms the vicious attack on the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, and expresses its solidarity with the American Jewish community at this time of sorrow. We reject the anti-Semitic hatred which precipitated the attack and denounce […]

 

IAUC Leaders Discuss Brexit and Good Friday Agreement With Irish Ambassador

IAUC National President Peter Kissel, Treasurer Kevin Barry, Board Members Ed Walsh, Leslie Cassidy, and Tom Carney, and member activists Mike Carney and Kathleen Walsh met with Irish Ambassador Dan Mulhall and the Embassy’s Political Director Brian Cahalane on Wednesday, October 1, to express the IAUC’s concerns over Brexit’s threat […]

 

Remembering Robert Emmet

The IRISH AMERICAN UNITY CONFERENCE In cooperation with the ANCIENT ORDER OF HIBERNIANS Invites you to its 10 th Annual Commemoration of Irish Patriot Robert Emmet on the 215 th Anniversary of his execution by Britain (September 20, 1803) Sunday, September 30, 2018 11:30 AM Robert Emmet Statue Robert Emmet […]

 

2018 Congressional Questionnaire on Irish Issues

The Irish American Unity Conference has worked for over thirty years towards the peaceful reunification of Ireland. America is home to a significantly high proportion of Irish-Americans, many of whom still claim close ancestral links to Ireland, north and south, and who also belong to Irish fraternal, cultural and political […]

 

Addendum to the Irish American Unity Conference National Newsletter

Barely half-way through the year, 2018 has already been an extremely active year for the IAUC in the National Capital Region, and by extension, nationally and internationally. From the beginning of the year, the DC-Baltimore Chapter has further increased its ongoing engagement with Congress to advocate for equality, justice, and […]

 

Irish American Unity Conference National Newsletter

Click here to download the latest IAUC National Newsletter. Here is a brief summary of the articles in the Newsletter Board Meeting & Special Seminar on Monday, October 1st and Tuesday October 2nd IAUC Donations to Human Rights Groups gratefully received by Peter Kissel, National President Brexit surprise to end […]

 

The Irish American Unity Conference is proud to have made monetary grants to four human-rights NGOs in the North of Ireland

The Irish American Unity Conference is proud to have made monetary grants to four human-rights NGOs in the North of Ireland. The entities to receive the awards are Relatives for Justice, the Committee on the Administration of Justice, East Belfast Mission, and Border Communities against Brexit. Relatives for Justice (RFJ) […]

 

Letter from Kilcormac

After his final farewell to his adopted home in New York where he attained renown and the respect of all those he touched Jim Cullen was laid to rest this Monday morning in his beloved County Offaly. Jim was waked at his home at Munny , Kilcormac which he left […]

 

Irish American Unity Conference Mourns Passing of Jim Cullen

WASHINGTON DC…Dec. 9, 2017…The Irish American Unity Conference mourns the death last night of a great advocate of Irish freedom, peace, and justice, the Honorable Brigadier General James P. Cullen, Esq. Jim was a partner in the law firm Anderson Kill and was a former Chief Judge of the U.S. […]