Ac­tive in Ir­ish group?

Manchester Evening News - - LETTERS, COMMENTS AND EMAILS -

I am cat­a­logu­ing an ar­chive of the Ir­ish in Bri­tain Rep­re­sen­ta­tion Group dur­ing the pe­riod 1981-2003.

The com­pleted ar­chive will be added to the Ir­ish Col­lec­tion at the

Work­ing Class Move­ment Li­brary in Sal­ford. The IBRG was a na­tional or­gan­i­sa­tion that was cre­ated in 1981 to rep­re­sent Ir­ish born, sec­ond and third gen­er­a­tion Ir­ish. Branches ex­isted across the coun­try and cam­paigned on is­sues rang­ing from anti-Ir­ish racism, cul­ture, and the con­flict in the North of Ire­land.

If any of your read­ers were mem­bers ac­tive in the or­gan­i­sa­tion, they can con­tact me at Lip­stick­so­cial­[email protected] Ber­nadette Hy­land

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