SOURCE: The New York Times
Like other small, endangered arts organizations, the Tenement Museum in Manhattan has drastically cut its budget as it tries to weather the pandemic.
SOURCE: Irish Central
Hidden away in the Lower East Side of Manhattan, the New York Tenement Museum tells the tale of thousands of Irish families that sailed from Ireland to the United States in search of a better life.
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