Mary Robinson, Ireland’s first woman president, is a lifelong force for social justice, says Ciaran Madden, Ireland’s Consul General in New York. And she is admired around the world, adds Geraldine Byrne Nason, Ireland’s U.N. Ambassador: “Say the words Mary Robinson and it lights up at the U.N.” Imagine: mention your country’s president and get approval. Crazy! Photo by Anthony Mulcahy.
- PERSON: Mary Robinson
- PLACE: West Cork
- THING: ”The Arrival”
- RANDY’S THING: London’s blue plaques