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A Food Connection by Lionel Leno

Five years ago, I set foot in Ireland for the first time to visit a friend. What was meant to be a short break ended up being a life changing experience. I immediately fell in love with the Emerald island, its nature, history and people. I haven’t left since then. It is paradoxical how it…...

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Seed of Solidarity by Gary Baus

“During the lockdown, when I was feeling useless as I’d lost all my gigs and powerless to fight back as the covid restrictions had impaired our regular activism with People Before Profit, one news story shook me out of my stupor. I remember reading how the Debenhams workers who had just been sacked raised €17,000…...

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Trans Scribing by Kel Menton

I was born wrong but there’s no way to fix it, not now. The world isn’t right for the me that was supposed to be, and I don’t know if I have the will to go through all that pain – I’m so tired of pain. There’s no language, no image, for what I want…...

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A-list Performance by Deborah Oniah

I used to know a girl called Ode. When she was 7yrs old her parents offered no explanation to her and her sisters and wanted an a-list performance act. This performance expected Ode to move on from a sudden loss and live with her Aunty. Ode was 9yrs then and had to shoulder the responsibility…...

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Finding Equality by Pratibha Patil

Cork stands in solidarity with women of India. With feelings comes poetry from Pratibha Patil. Cork-based Pratibha moved here over four years ago. Pratibha is a blogger and also a poet. Pratibha has a degree in Law and is also a qualified teacher. She penned the poem below in support of #DalitLivesMatter movement. ‘She’ &…...

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Be your own superhero by Divyaa Ramanujam

We all are aware of the words ‘equality’, ‘consent’, ‘respect’, ‘racism’, ‘casteism’ and other similar words. However, do we understand the true meaning of them? There is a reason why these words tirelessly pop up on social media everyday, and the reason is both saddening and infuriating. Even though we’re achieving milestones in numerous fields…...

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