A United Ireland would be good for everyone

by Matthew Parris The Times Faster than many realise, the time is coming to think dispassionately about the unification of Ireland. When the expected border with the rest of the UK is established in the Irish Sea the case for reuniting north and south will get its biggest boost since […]

 

The Orange Order’s Complex Relationship With The Irish Language…

Choyaa on January 12, 2020, 8:33 am In an ever-changing world there are now few constants and certainties, however, in Northern Ireland some remain including the fact that Unionism will find itself on the wrong side of a debate and be forced into a massive climb-down. The second certainty is […]

 

Kathleen Fearon has passed away

Kathleen was a leader of our New Jersey Chapter, which she helped established in 1970. I had the good fortune to meet Kathleen in recent years and she was a special person, a fierce champion of Irish unity and at the same time possessing a very calm, steady and cheerful […]

 

‘Hearty’ celebration for new D.C. Emmet Park

At a ceremony led by Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-AK), former New York Congressman Joe Crowley, and Irish Ambassador to the United States, Daniel Mulhall, the newlynamed “Robert Emmet Park” in Washington, D.C. was heartily celebrated on Sunday, September 22. Read the rest of the article

 

Emmet gets his leafy space

The recent official dedication of Robert Emmet Park in Washington D.C. was a day to celebrate for all those who had campaigned for the recognition of the Irish patriot on a plot of land in the nation’s capital. View Gallery

 

Emmet’s legacy cited amid current challenges

The legacy of Robert Emmet and his standing in the eyes of Irish Americans was cited by Irish ambassador to the United States Dan Mulhall in a speech delivered during the recent dedication of Robert Emmet Park in Washington, D.C. Read the rest of the article

 

Unquiet Graves

Logline: Exposing Britain’s secret collaboration in the murders of over 120 people on both sides of the Irish border during the recent conflict. Synopsis: Unquiet Graves: The story of the Glenanne Gang details how members of the RUC and UDR, (a British Army regiment) were centrally involved in the murder […]

 

IAUC Winter Newsletter

England’s Difficulty…BREXIT is Ireland’s Opportunity Peter Kissel, National President As we embark on 2019, two overarching, interrelated matters remain uppermost in importance to the IAUC’s work: Brexit, and preservation of the Good Friday Agreement. I believe that the UK’s penultimate “own goal” will prove to be a huge impetus for […]

 

Please help Matt Morrison

Matt is a former Republican POW who has been living in the United States peacefully for many years. Because of bureaucratic indifference or intolerance, ICE has not renewed his work permit and he cannot work. Here is Matt’s gofundme link as well as a snail mail address if you want […]

 

IAUC President accompanies journalists receiving backlash to DC

IAUC President Peter Kissel accompanied the Northern Ireland journalists who are being persecuted for producing the explosive documentary No Stone Unturned in a round of meetings in Washington DC on February 26. Producer Trevor Birney and investigative journalist Barry McCaffrey and their lawyer Niall Murphy travelled to the United States […]