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Great Famine Voices 2021 continues with William Henry Lane “Master Juba” – the Father of Tap Dance who visited Ireland in 1849, when the country was slowly emerging from a devastating famine. Join us this Sunday and hear how this orphan from the Five Points electrified dance.
See short film HERE anytime and get Zoom details for live discussion on Sunday, May 9, 2PM EST (7PM Ireland.)

Then next Friday, May 14 at 1PM EST (6PM IRELAND) join the online launch of ‘Fredrick Douglass Way in Dublin’ hosted by The Consulate of Ireland New York. See Story HERE

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