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Irish people send donations to Native Americans, returning a Great Famine-era favor
by N'dea Yancey-Bragg
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7 May 2020
On 7 May 2020 USA TODAY reported:
Irish people are donating money to Native American communities grappling with the coronavirus pandemic to repay assistance one tribe gave during the Great Famine in Ireland more than a century ago. The organizers of a GoFundMe campaign raising money for the Navajo Nation and Hopi Reservation said Sunday that several recent donations were inspired by the 173-year-old act of kindness.
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