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Irish historian Christine Kinealy discussed the role of Black women—and Irish independence—in the abolitionist movement in a lecture hosted by NYU’s Glucksman Ireland House.

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Before heading to Ireland, Peter tells us about the good gyms on campus and time management.  Name, School, Major, Hometown: Peter James Kiernan, General Studies, Political Science, Babylon, New York   Claim to fame: I’m that guy who did the 6mm campaign to get Trump to release his tax returns, I’m also one of the […]

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