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Derry - Event Notice
Thursday January 01 1970

Bloody Sunday Commemoration March 2008

category derry | rights, freedoms and repression | event notice author Monday January 28, 2008 21:57author by grow - Bloody Sunday 2008 Report this post to the editors

The Thirty Sixth Anniversary of Bloody Sunday

After thirty six years the families of those killed and wounded on Bloody Sunday - January 30th 1972 - still wait for the truth to be acknowledged. Once again they set out on the Annual Bloody Sunday Commemorative March. This year there is a theme of Truth and Lies.

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2.30pm people will assemble at Creggan Shops, Central Drive, Creggan, Derry for the
            Annual Bloody Sunday Commemorative March

The annual commemoration march will be followed by a rally at Free Derry Wall.

Speakers will include:

      A representative of the Bloody Sunday families,
      A family member of one of those killed by the paras in Ballymurphy in August 1971,
      A Sinn Fťin representative and
      An SDLP representative.

This year will see the Bloody Sunday march animated by visual displays and public performances that explore the weekendís theme of Truth and Lies.

Full details of all the other events taking place on Sunday are available on the Bloody Sunday Programme page for Sunday, linked to below.

The full programme for Bloody Sunday Commemoration 2008 is available here: http://www.veryderry.com/bloodysunday08/

Related Link: http://www.veryderry.com/bloodysunday08/Sunday.html

 #   Title   Author   Date 
   Solidarity     Brave Satanta    Mon Jan 28, 2008 23:38 
   Solidarity link     Brave Satanta    Mon Jan 28, 2008 23:46 
   Derry won't forget     WT    Tue Jan 29, 2008 11:55 


 
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