Solidarity through the centuries

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A simple act of kindness 170 years ago by an Oklahoma Indian tribe was celebrated in County Cork this week. The Choctaw Nation was honoured during a dedication ceremony Sunday in Midleton, a town of 12,000, with a sculpture that commemorates a gift to the Irish people during the Great Hunger in 1847.

 

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