The YouTube channel associated with An Comunn Gàidhealach Ameireaganach, the American Scottish Gaelic Society, has received a facelift, with new videos and playlists.
Among the videos available on the ACGAmerica YouTube channel is our most recent Annual General Meeting, held in February, and the first episode of ACGA Agallamh, a program that will include interviews and conversations with people active in the North American Gaelic world.
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Fàilte, a h-uile duine, dhan làrach-lìn ùr ACGA, làrach-lìn a tha làn de ghoireasan, airteagalan, agus tuilleadh. Welcome, everyone, to the new ACGA website, a website filled with resources, articles, and more.
This website is the culmination of nine months of work by the ACGA web committee and Redtail Design, Athens, Ohio. It replaces an older WordPress-based blog, but retains all the important functionality of that ...Read More
An Comunn Gàidhealach Ameireaganach (The American Scottish Gaelic Society, or ACGA) has elected a new slate of officers for 2020-21, and welcomes two new members to its board of directors.
The ACGA board chose long-time member and former co-vice president Liam Ó Caiside (Cassidy), to lead the board as president for the next year. Former co-vice president Jeff Justice will be vice president, and former president ...Read More
The latest edition of An Naidheachd Againne (“Our News” or “The News At Us”) is available to members of An Comunn Gàidhealach Ameireaganach (ACGA). The quarterly newsletter — now in its 26th year — is a leading source of information in and about Scottish Gaelic around the world, published by our association in North America. Most of the articles, news stories, columns, and features are ...Read More
James Graham (Seumas Greumach), a Royal National Mòd Gold Medal Winner and a frequent instructor and adjudicator at ACGA events, will become the new chief executive officer of An Comunn Gàidhealach in Scotland in March, after the current CEO, John Morrison, retires.
Graham has been An Comunn’s Mòd manager since 2010, tackling the varied management challenges of national and provincial mòds throughout Scotland. He won the ...Read More
Youth organization and charity Young Scot wants to interest more young people in learning and using Scottish Gaelic. The group launched a national campaign last month that will provide a variety of services, resources and information online in Gaelic on topics from managing money to puberty.
“We know developing language skills is a great way to strengthen career prospects available to Scotland’s young people,” Ruairidh Hamilton, ...Read More
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GaelicUSA, an organization working to endow a chair of Scottish Studies at an American university, interviewed ACGA President Michael MacKay about his own experience as a Gaelic learner and his views on Gaelic and the role of ACGA in the Gaelic world.
Of course, we think Mike is dead on target in discussing the importance of the language. Read the interview and form (and share) your ...Read More
Famed Scottish singers Maighread Stiùbhart (Margaret Stewart) and Murchadh Dòmhnallach (Murdo “Wasp” MacDonald) will be adjudicators at the 30th annual U.S. National Mòd, a three-day festival of Scottish Gaelic song, poetry, storytelling and music this Sept. 22-24 in Ligonier, Pennsylvania.
This is the first time in several years that the Mòd will feature two adjudicators, and An Comunn Gàidhealach Ameireaganach is delighted to welcome Margaret and ...Read More