AP FACT CHECK: Irish "slavery" is a St. Patrick's Day myth
By Shawn Pogatchnik, Associated Press.
Debunking a Myth: The Irish Were Not Slaves, Too
By Liam Stack for the New York Times.
Debunking the imagery of the “Irish slaves” meme
By Liam Hogan, Librarian & Historian at the Limerick City Library.
Following the money – Irish slave owners in the time of abolition
What happened to slave owners in Ireland after slavery was abolished? They were handsomely compensated. By Liam Hogan, Limerick City Library.
The Irish claimants
A spreadsheet of compensation given to Irish slaveholders.
Free us from myth of US Irish slavery
By Donald Clarke for The Irish Times.
How the Myth of the "Irish slaves" Became a Favorite Meme of Racists Online
By Alex Amend for The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC).
Irish slaves myth - Wikipedia
Myth Busted: Scholars Fire Back Against Memes Pushing Narrative of Irish Slaves in the Americas
By Ricky Riley.
Open letter to Irish Central, Irish Examiner and Scientific American about their “Irish slaves” disinformation
Signed by 82 Irish scholars and writers.
The curious origins of the ‘Irish slaves’ myth
By Natasha Varner for Public Radio International.
The Myth of “Irish Slaves” in the Colonies
By Liam Hogan.
The unfree Irish in the Caribbean were indentured servants, not slaves
By Liam Hogan, Laura McAtackney, and Matthew Connor Reilly.
Two years of the ‘Irish slaves’ myth: racism, reductionism and the tradition of diminishing the transatlantic slave trade
By Liam Hogan, Limerick City Library.
Were the Irish Slaves in America, Too? - Snopes
‘Irish slaves’: the convenient myth
By Liam Hogan, Research Librarian, Limerick City Library.
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