As éirígí correctly predicted earlier this week, several thousand unionists and scores of bands brought Newry to a standstill on Friday as they engaged in what can only be described as an orgy of sectarian triumphalism. 324 more words
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Saturday, May 2nd will see éirígí Baile Átha Cliath launch a new annual forum for education, discussion, debate and the networking of political activists. The theme of the inaugural ‘Connolly College’ will be ‘We Only Want the Earth – The Fight for Control of Ireland’s Natural Resources’. 372 more words
Our annual Easter 1916 commemoration in Dublin City which will take place at 4pm on Saturday, April 4th. We hope to see lots of you there. 310 more words
The socialist republican party, éirígí, has added its voice to calls for people in Newry and surrounding areas to come together and support the campaign to save the Stroke Unit at Daisy Hill Hospital. 502 more words
Alternative Republican Voice or Just a Waste of Time?
In the final days before we are encouraged to cast our vote in the council elections, I can’t help but reflect on the candidates available to the republican electorate in the Belfast area who claim to represent the “alternative republican voice”. 618 more words