To our readers and all interested in the great Irish story
We are going through an unprecedented time and living a story that seems to have no end. But telling the story of Covid-19 and how it is changing our world is a task that journalists all over the world are undertaking, and at times regardless of extreme risk.
The Irish Echo is telling its part of the story, that part of it that specifically deals with Irish America, the Irish diaspora, and Ireland itself. And beyond this specific assignment we continue to report on all aspects of the Irish experience in America, as we have done since 1928.
However, the restrictions that have been generated by Covid-19 are presenting challenges the likes of which we have not seen in our proud 92 year history.
One of those challenges is how to keep going in the face of steep revenue losses. So in common with other publications around the world we are inviting those who feel our work is important, who believe this work should continue, to consider making a financial donation, of any amount.
We thank you for your time and consideration and fervently wish that, together, we all emerge from this pandemic safely and well.
Irish Echo Newspaper
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New York, NY 10005
- Kevin Furlong
- Stephen McKinley
- Daniel Barry
- Joan Moody
- brian clancy
New York, NY