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History Loves a Parade
260 Years of the New York
St. Patrick’s Day Parade

Wednesday, March 17, 2021 4:00 pm EST, 8:00 pm Ireland

The New York Irish Center Presents:

History Loves A Parade

An online Salute to 260 Years of the New York Saint Patrick’s Day Parade.

Explore key milestones of the St. Patrick’s Day Parade in North America from Colonial times to the present. Featuring archival images and new photography, guest musicians, and original interviews with noted historians. (1762-2021).

Special Guest Contributors

Patrick Fitzgerald: Mellon Centre for Migration Studies, Northern Ireland

Maurice Fitzpatrick: Historian and Documentary Filmmaker

Terry Golway: Journalist and Author

Harold Holzer: Author and Abraham Lincoln Scholar, Hunter College

Christine Kinealy: Author and Founder Director, Ireland’s Great Hunger Institute

Maureen Murphy: Author and Historian, Hofstra University

Robert Schmuhl: American Studies and Journalism, Notre Dame University

Bonnie Weir: Program on Peace and Development, Yale University

Guest Musicians
Chloe Agnew, Phil Coulter, Gregory Harrington, Molly Mason, Jay Ungar, The Young Wolfe Tones

Narrated by: Orlagh Cassidy

Videographer: Tajh Lewis

Arts and Culture Director: Stephen Long

Associate Producer: Hannah Ciesil

Graphic Designer: Muireann Lalor

Image Consultant: Tracy Turner

Directed by: George Heslin

Written and Produced by: Turlough McConnell

History Loves a Parade is free and open to the public.

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