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.
This year’s march was led by twin banners one showing solidarity with the people of Ferguson (where Michael Brown was recently shot dead by police) declaring simply #BlackLivesMatter and one from the Bloody Sunday families.
The guest speakers at the march were Patrisse Cullors founder of Dignity and Power Now and co-founder of #BlackLivesMatter, she has worked promoting law enforcement accountability across the USA and the anti-austerity, anti-water charges campaigner Clare Daly, independent socialist TD for Dublin North.
As a online version of this solidarity, links to the video above were posted to Twitter under the joint hash tags #BlackLivesMatter and #DerryLivesMatter. If you are a Twitter or Facebook user we invite you to retweet that message or post your own comments and photographs of the march with those twin hashtags. Lets get those hashtags trending!!