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“We are active members of the community, and we are adding to that immigrant tale in New York with our language.” It helps that New York has strong historical links with the language.An estimated 54,000 to 75,000 Irish speakers lived in New York City between 1861 and the early 20th century; that’s around 20 to 25 per cent of the city’s Irish population at the time.
A spoken-word poet whose performance mixing Irish and English riffed on the #Me Too movement.At the heart of the matter is the backstop, a guarantee that there will be no hard border between Ireland and Northern Ireland if no agreement can be reached between Britain and Brussels to make the backstop unnecessary in the future.Since the Irish Republic will remain inside the European Union’s single market and customs union, the land border with Northern Ireland, a part of Britain, will be part of the bloc’s border with the outside world. Many legislators have demanded that the backstop be limited in time, and that Britain be able to dump it unilaterally.He also believes social media has changed things for the better. It’s natural and it’s healthy for the progression of the language…The language is a bridge, not a wall.” Such developments are to the delight of native speakers like Brian Ó Broin, a professor of medieval English literature with William Paterson University in New Jersey, who is raising his two daughters, Ána (12) and Fiona (10) with Irish.
“Identity is very important to me, and I believe that language is central to identity,” he says.