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173 years, $170: Why Irish people are donating to help Native Americans hit by coronavirus
by Alyssa Newcomb
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7 May 2020
On 7 May 2020 NBC News reported:
In 1847, the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma sent $170 to Ireland during the Great Famine -- a time of mass starvation on the island. More than 170 years later, Ireland has returned the favor, helping to raise more than $2 million for the Navajo and Hopi nations, which have been hard hit by the coronavirus pandemic.
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