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Standing up for Derry

27 May 2020

In recent months, there has been a rightful focus on the dealing with the COVID 19 Pandemic in order to save lives and to protect our most vulnerable. The Pandemic has underlined the effect that a decade of Tory austerity has had on the health service, and how woefully equipped those regions who suffer from increased levels of deprivation, income inequality and poorer health outcomes are in a time of crisis. Free article

Athghabháil na teanga, Éirí Amach na Cásca agus an Díchoilíniú neamhchríochnaithe

12 April 2020

Éirí Amach na Cásca – The 1916 Easter Rising - BA DHOILIGH ról na Gaeilge agus an athbheochan chultúrtha le linn na tréimhse reábhlóidí in Éirinn a thuiscint gan cíoradh níos leithne a dhéanamh ar thionchar an choilíneachais ar phobal na tíre. Is beag saineolaí teanga, polaitíochta nó socheolaíochta nach mbeadh in aontas le tuairim Naom Chomsky gur ‘ceisteanna cumhachta i gcónaí iad ceisteanna teanga’. Tá an nasc seo i bhfad níos soiléire i gcomhthéacs an choilíneachais, nuair atá ansmacht an chultúir dhúchasaigh mar phríomhchloch ar phaidrín an ionraidh choilínigh. Ar an bhonn seo, ní tharlaíonn meath teanga ariamh i bpobail atá saibhir agus faoi phribhléid ach dóibh siúd atá díshealbhaithe agus díchumhachtaithe amháin. Free article

The 1916 Proclamation

12 April 2020

Éirí Amach na Cásca – The 1916 Easter Rising – First published in Éiri amach na Cásca, The Easter Rising 1916, by Republican Publications, April 1986 Free article

1916 the main battles and major events

12 April 2020

Éirí Amach na Cásca – The 1916 Easter Rising - Map and description of the main battles and major events Free article

1916 Women in struggle

12 April 2020

Éirí Amach na Cásca – The 1916 Easter Rising - First published in Éiri amach na Cásca, The Easter Rising 1916, by Republican Publications, April 1986 Free article

The 1916 Rising outside Dublin

12 April 2020

Éirí Amach na Cásca – The 1916 Easter Rising - Most parts of the country remained quiet ... there were exceptions though Free article

1916 - Seven Days, Seven Men, Seven Hills

12 April 2020

Éamonn Mac Thomáis extends the confines of his series Three Shouts on a Hill to include seven hills in Dublin which are closely linked to the 1916 Easter Rising - First published in An Phoblacht/Republican News, 8th April 1982 Free article

The Weekly Digest from Sinn Féin

11 April 2020

Welcome to the Weekly Digest from Sinn Féin where we bring you a flavour of the work and campaigns the party has been engaged in over the previous week. Free article

1969 Liosta Laochra na Poblachta – Republican Roll of Honour 2020

9 April 2020

Fuair siad bás ar son saoirse na hÉireann – They died for Irish freedom Free article

Bobby Sands: 'Ordinary person with an extraordinary legacy'

9 April 2020

Sinn Féin MLA Órlaithí Flynn recalls growing up in the home place of Bobby Sands and his legacy today in the fight for Irish freedom and equality. Free article

The Mountjoy Hunger Strike and the General Strike of 1920

9 April 2020

In April 1920 with Dáil Éireann and Sinn Féin banned by the British regime and the Black and Tans newly deployed in the country, the struggle for Irish independence intensified. On Easter Sunday 4 April the IRA burned out tax offices and RIC barracks throughout Ireland, effectively forcing the British crown forces to concentrate in the larger towns and cities. In the jails the struggle was stepped up, culminating in a mass hunger strike in Mountjoy Prison, Dublin. Free article

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