The young singer encapsulates the mixed-race Irish experience through velvety grooves.
When confronted with irrefutable data from Census statistics about groups that are marginalised in Ireland, people regularly ask me what they can do to help, writes a UCD lecturer.
A reader asks how to make conversations about race relevant here, given Ireland has a different history to the US or Canada, say. Ebun offers some advice.
On Dublin City Council, there are no minority or migrant councillors. This year’s local elections in May could change that, with candidates running for Fianna Fáil, the Green Party, and the Social Democrats.
Activist organization United Against Racism has launched a pledge inviting politicians to commit to rejecting racism in this year’s local and European elections.
After living in a more diverse place, a reader asks how to broach conversations about race back home in Ireland, with people less accustomed to having them. Ebun offers some advice.
Tackling racism, delisting Mercer House, and allowing companion pets were among the issues discussed at a meeting of Dublin City Council’s housing committee.
“Being an anxious liberal I worried about whether there is a fine line between wholesome giffing and, well, minstrelsy,” a reader wrote. There is, writes our advice columnist.
Post-it notes with feedback on a vision for the future of Dorset Street show mixed feelings around the neighbourhood.
A reader asked to what extent Irish drinking culture is something non-Irish need to adopt in order to integrate. Ebun offers some advice.