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  1. Events from Bloody Sunday March Weekend 2017:
    1. Alastair McIntosh in Conversation With Bernadette McAliskey
    2. Panel Discussion: You’ll Never Walk Alone
    3. Internment Then & Now
    4. Q & A With Paul Laverty, Writer of ‘I Daniel Blake’
  2. Events from Bloody Sunday March Weekend 2016:
    1. Launch: Shannon Airport and 21 Century War
    2. Out of the Shadows Panel: Aidan Ferguson
    3. Out of the Shadows Panel: Clare Daly
    4. Out of the Shadows Panel: Prof Mark McGovern
    5. The Whole Truth Panel: Janet Donnelly
    6. The Whole Truth Panel: Kate Nash
    7. The Whole Truth Panel: Paddy Hill
    8. The Whole Truth Panel: Suresh Grover
    9. The Banners on Bloody Sunday March for Justice 2016
  3. 2015- Justice For Bloody Sunday
    Five years on from the publication of The Bloody Sunday Inquiry, this video showing what the British Prime Minister should be saying about justice for the victims of Bloody Sunday was played to the crowd at the end of the 2015 Bloody Sunday March.
  4. Ferguson Solidarity Vigil @ Free Derry Wall
  5. Sunday 2nd Feb 2014: Justice… it concerns us all
  6. Saturday 1st Feb 2014: McCann On Goya’s 3rd May In Madrid
  7. Monday 27 Jan 2014:  Launch of the Exhibition on the Disappeared
  8. 22 Jan 2014 Robert Ballagh launched a mural in Glenfada Pk. Painted by local artist-activists it’s based on Ballagh’s painting  ‘The Third of May After Goya, 1970’.
  9. Press Launch of 2014 Bloody Sunday March Programme
  10. Bernadette McAliskey’s speech at the end of the Bloody Sunday March for Justice 2013
  11. Gerry Conlon speaking on the effective internment of Marian Price (9 Jan. 2013)
  12. Highlights of the Bloody Sunday March for Justice 2012
  13. Gerry Conlon – launching the Bloody Sunday March Committee’s Black Ribbon Badge

    “The families need to see justice done.”        About  the Badge
  14. Eamonn McCann – reflecting on the publication of the report  of the Bloody Sunday Inquiry
    “The whole truth has not come out yet.”
  15. Under Occupation: Erris Speaks Out – background to the Drama by Donal Kelly.
  16. Towards A Real Republic: a talk by Fintan O’Toole
  17. Bloody Sunday Memorial Lecture 2010 ‘Set the Truth Free’.
    Delivered by Gareth Peirce (Solicitor & Human Rights Campaigner). In the Guildhall, Derry, Saturday March 20th 2010

    1. (First part)
    2. (Second part)
    3. (Third part)
    4. (Fourth part)
    5. (Fifth part)
    6. (Sixth part)

  18. Eamon McCann – “Uncensored truth is crucial.” from March 2010  when it was unclear when the report of the Bloody Sunday Inquiry would be published.

  19. Roger Waters singing – “We Shall Overcome” in solidarity with the people of Gaza

  20. Bernadette McAliskey  speaking about the modern day internment of Marian Price (on International Women’s Day 2012)

  21. One Family in Gaza by Jen Marlowe Visit our video library for more.
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Context 2017

One World One Struggle

Bloody Sunday was inflicted on the people of Derry.  But it has resonated around the world.  It is a local issue relevant to people everywhere.

Over the 45 years since British paratroopers erupted into the working-class Bogside area with rifles spitting death at civil rights marchers, representatives of victims of State violence from both sides of the Atlantic, from Africa, the Middle East and elsewhere, have travelled to Derry to take part in the annual commemoration and give substance to the idea of 'One World, One Struggle'. 

The British Government still sets its face Iike flint against telling the full truth about the Derry massacre.  A long Inquiry reported in 2010 that all the dead and wounded had been unlawfully shot. Despite this, the Report stopped well short of proposing prosecution of the killers - and pointed no finger of`blame at the senior military officers who had sent the Paras in, or at the politicians who had connived at the assault and then orchestrated a cover-up.

This is always the way when it comes to the violence of imperialism.

Only the persistence of family members and their supporters forced a police investigation. We await the outcome. One reason the British authorities fear the facts about Bloody Sunday is that this massacre cannot be ascribed to warring Irish factions. This was an authentically British atrocity.

Past commemorations have featured African Americans, Palestinians, former Guantanamo prisoners, victims of police violence in Britain etc., as well as members of other families bereaved by murder here in the North, in many cases murder inflicted by State agents and then systematically lied about to protect the same undercover agents.

Lectures, debates and cultural events are highlighted, economic struggles, women’s rights, gay rights, the rights of the environment, and many other examples of`oppression.  We have commemorated, too, the killing of other innocent people by non-State groups - Dublin Monaghan, Birmingham, Shankill, Greysteel, the Ormeau bookies, etc.

We believe that the programme we have produced this year puts Bloody Sunday in its proper context, an extreme example of the fact that, commonly, it’s innocent people who pose no threat to anyone who bear the brunt of conflict.

The trek towards truth and justice has been long and sometimes arduous. But we keep on keeping on because the cause is just and gives good example to the one world in which we all struggle. 

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