|Oral History of:||Martina Keogh|
|Date of interview:||5th March 2013|
|Link to Transcript:||MAGOHP_44|
|Link to Audio File(s):||Not yet available|
|Link to Records/Papers:||Interviewee deposited a number of items which are not yet available|
|Interviewer:||Dr Katherine O’Donnell|
Sisters of Our Lady of Charity Magdalene Laundry, Seán MacDermott Street; love of animals; stigma of unmarried motherhood; sex work; St Joseph’s Industrial School, Kilkenny; St Patrick’s Mother and Baby Home, Navan Road; St Kevin’s Hospital; tenement houses; sexual abuse; St Joseph’s Industrial School, Clifden; Residential Institutions Redress Board (RIRB); impact of RIRB; St Mary’s Industrial School, Lakelands; Cheeverstown Convalescence Home; St Anne’s Reformatory, Kilmacud; Magdalene Laundry as alternative to prison or remand; institutionalisation in older Magdalene women; Inter-Departmental Committee to establish the facts of State involvement in the Magdalen Laundries; forced adoption and family separation; lack of education; literacy issues; Magdalene ex gratia scheme; church involvement in education and social services; Ruhama; impact of family separation; stigma of illegitimacy; horizontal violence in laundries; deaths in Magdalene Laundries.
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