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Project Crossmaglen – A Colourful Past, a Colourful Future!

The AOH State Boards of New York and New Jersey are proud to co-sponsor the Project Crossmaglen presentation at Harbour Lights on Wednesday May 2nd at 530pm. Harbour Lights is located on the 3rd floor of Pier 17 at the South Street Seaport (corner of South and Fulton Streets in Lower Manhattan). This event is […]

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Congressional Hearing On Northern Ireland

Widow, Human Rights Activists Call for Northern Ireland Justice Witnesses: ‘Peace is fragile because British Good Friday Agreement Commitments have not been kept’ WASHINGTON, D.C. – Geraldine Finucane, widow of murdered human rights attorney Patrick Finucane, led a group of witnesses who testified Wednesday before a congressional hearing on human rights in Northern Ireland chaired […]

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U.S. Helsinki Commission To Hold Hearing On Human Rights In Northern Ireland

WASHINGTON–The Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe (U.S. Helsinki Commission) announced today the following hearing: Prerequisites for Progress in Northern Ireland Wednesday, March 21, 2012 2:00 p.m. Rm. 2247 Rayburn House Office Building After decades of political violence, the 1998 Good Friday Agreement began a new era of improved security and the promise of […]

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Still Some Spots Left On The 2012 Ireland Trip

There are still some spots left for the 2012 AOH Tour of The North. This is a tour of the north of Ireland that includes the ceremonies to recognize Bloody Sunday. This is a great opportunity to bond with your AOH brothers and learn first hand about the north of Ireland. The trip is from […]

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FFAI Christmas Appeal Fundraiser – Vindicated poster

A limited number of the final Bloody Sunday commemorative march prints available for purchase. The limited edition print is of John Kelly and Jean Hegarty (both of whom lost brothers on Bloody Sunday) tearing in half the Widgery report in front of the Guildhall in Derry, shortly after getting the news that the British govt […]

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