Ireland's Phil Lynott History Month—Ireland's Black History Is Basically One Guy
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From The Journal:
Ireland becomes fourth country in world to celebrate Black History Month

Oct 4th 2014, 10:15 AM

IRELAND HAS BECOME the fourth country in the world to celebrate an annual Black History Month, following in the footsteps of the US, UK and Canada. …

In the 2011 Census, African people represented 1.3% of the population. One in three of those with African ethnicity were born in Ireland (19,694 people), as were 36.6% (2,337) of those with other black backgrounds.

“What it means to be Irish is going to completely change, it’s already started … it will have completely transformed within two generations.”

So, uh, Phil Lynott of Thin Lizzy and then

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