Choctaw Native Americans raised equivalent of €68,500 for victims of the Great Famine

The most significant tragedy in Irish history was the ‘Great Famine’ of the mid-1800s, considered by many to be an act of genocide by the British government of the time because it allowed food to be exported out of Ireland even though the people were left with nothing. A million died of disease and starvation, … Continue reading Choctaw Native Americans raised equivalent of €68,500 for victims of the Great Famine