Choctaw artist Waylon Gary White Deer to lead Tipperary Famine Walk in Ballingarry on 28th July. From the Ballingarry Facebook Page:
You are invited to this year’s Famine 1848 Walk which takes place in Ballingarry from the Young Ireland and National Flag Monument in the village of The Commons to Famine Warhouse 1848, the OPW national heritage Museum on Saturday, 28 July at 3pm.
The Walk will be led by Waylon Gary White Deer from the Choctaw Nation in the United States. The Walk will recall the extraordinary act of kindness of the Choctaws to the starving Irish during the Great Famine
Organised by the Ballingarry 1848 Society.
Waylon Gary White Deer’s website describes him as a “Choctaw Indian Painter and Author based in Co. Donegal, Ireland”. This profile pictures him in front of Muckish and describes him as living in the “Donegal Gaeltacht”
The Commons claims to be first place the tricolour was flown as an Irish national flag.