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The Colourblind Bind by Priya Krishnan

The Colourblind Bind By Priya Krishnan Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on whatsapp 01/03/2021 The Colour of Truth ‘I don’t see skin colour’, ‘I don’t see you as Black/Brown’ ‘We’re all the same’ Really? Dismissal I know these words are meant in a positive way but my heart sinks at such comments. They…...

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A Verse City by Margaret O’Regan

15/02/2021 Margaret O’Regan is a retired Law Clerk, a life-long socialist activist, and is a co-host of DeBarra’s Spoken Word, Clonakilty, now virtual. She is also a member of Ó bheal, Cork City. She is a regular reader on ‘open mic’ nights in Ireland, the UK and the US. Margaret’s work covers a broad spectrum…...

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Art Spot by Ethan Desmond

01/02/2021 Rainbow realities of gender and sexuality; and challenging racial inequality.   I’d like to show the REAL faces of people who are, right now, changing the face of mainstream reality, on many fronts. Be it unapologetically Gay, owning their heritage and colour, Trans, larger than what is considered “Socially beautiful” or advocating for the…...

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Walk With Me by Sylvia Wobo

25/01/2021 The Colour of Kindness in Cork   This (below) Red Mural on Water Street- designed and painted by Garreth Joyce. It celebrates Cork’s citation as Europe’s Friendliest City in 2018 by the renowned Conde Nast Traveller publication. Walking along the Mall a few days ago, I saw bright colours on an electrical box with…...

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Forests and Family, and Foliage, Oh My! by Brienne Dubh

28/12/2020 Colour of Nature’s Seasons   This is my favourite time of year. Yes, the days are grey and the long dark nights are here, but with the shorter days, and colder nights, comes a myriad of vibrant colours. Sometimes without even noticing it, most of us naturally begin to introduce more colours into our…...

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Share the Feast at Our Table by Sin Blaché

Date: 21/12/2020 The Colour of Festivity   I’ve always thought winter time is the best time to come from an inter-racial family.   My mother comes from a Creole Black American family with strong ties to New Orleans. Our family’s oral history, like a lot of Black families, promises Native heritage but the actual truth…...

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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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