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Antrim - Event Notice
Saturday May 02 2015
02:00 PM

'Strike' Post May Day rally lecture

category antrim | worker & community struggles and protests | event notice author Wednesday April 29, 2015 01:43author by Clonard Marxist Report this post to the editors

'Veterans of the 84-85' miners strike will travel to Belfast & Derry to give their accounts of the momentous battle for Workers dignity against the might of Thatcher's police state.

'Strike' Post May Day rally lecture. 'Veterans of the 84-85' miners strike will travel to Belfast & Derry to give their accounts of the momentous battle for Workers dignity against the might of Thatcher's police state.
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'Strike' Post May Day rally lecture. 'Veterans of the 84-85' miners strike will travel to Belfast & Derry to give their accounts of the momentous battle for Workers dignity against the might of Thatcher's police state. David Douglas, former miner and NUM organiser for Durham & South Yorkshire is also a political activist and author who has written extensively on the period. He and other comrades will attend to give a first hand account of what was undoubtedly the most significant political battle in modern English history. With them they will bring the Iconic and beautiful 'Durham Miners Association' (Follonsby Wardly) banner, which was originally made in 1928, depicting amongst other heroes of struggle, Irish Citizens Army commander James Connelly. This promises to be a must see event for all Socialists, Trade Unionists and historians. The Belfast event will take place following the main Mayday march on Saturday 2nd May at the 'Belfast Unemployed Resource Centre'. Hosted by Teach na Failte, the Republican Socialist Ex-Prisoners association.

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