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The fiery cross of Larkinism

jimlarkin2.jpg The most militant traditions of Irish workers are expressed in one word: Larkinism.

Published August 23, 2013



Address to John Joe McGirl commemoration

johnjoemcgirl.jpg The speech delivered by Martin McGuinness to the John Joe McGirl Commemoration, Ballinamore, County Leitrim, on Saturday 17th August.

Published August 23, 2013



The burning of Bombay Street

bombaystreetpainting.jpg In 1969, a sectarian mob burned 1,500 residents from their homes on Bombay Street, Belfast, 44 years ago this week, helping to give rise to the Provisional IRA:

Published August 17, 2013



British torture base revealed

shackleton.jpg The location of a secret camp used to torture 14 victims of internment, long kept secret by the British government, has finally been exposed.

Published August 9, 2013



Building a new Republic

adamsmacgill.jpg The address delivered by Sinn Fein’s Gerry Adams at the MacGill Summer School in County Donegal on the topic of ‘How stands the Republic’

Published August 2, 2013



The Howth Gun-Running

bachelorswalk.jpg An account of one of the first revolutionary acts of the 1916 Rising, the Howth gun-running in Dublin, and the subsequent Bachelor’s Walk massacre, also in Dublin, 99 years ago this week.

Published July 26, 2013



A test case that must not succeed

freestephenmurneyposter.jpg eirigi have issued an urgent action alert for the release of interned political activist Stephen Murney.

Published July 19, 2013



Address to 32CM Bodenstown commemoration

mackeyboden13.jpg The oration delivered at the grave of Wolfe Tone last weekend by Francie Mackey, National Chairman, 32 County Sovereignty Movement.

Published July 12, 2013



The smartest guys in Ireland

anglobankers.jpg The most unsettling aspect of the Anglo Irish Bank tapes is not the executives' swearing, greed or arrogance, according to Fintan O'Toole. It's that we know they were right to assume they could get away with anything.

Published July 5, 2013



The Connaught Rangers Mutiny

connaughtrangers.jpg Irish soldiers fighting for the British Army in India went on strike after hearing of British war crimes in Ireland on June 28 1920, 93 years ago this week.

Published June 28, 2013



Rossport Solidarity Camp

rossportcamp.jpg A week of action from 21st - 30th of June 2013 in Aughoose, Pullathomas, County Mayo. Make this the week you come to visit Rossport.

Published June 21, 2013



The Battle of Ballynahinch

1798battle.jpg An account of the battle which ended the United Irish Rebellion in Ulster, 215 years ago this week, by Marcas Mac Ruairi.

Published June 14, 2013



Injustice then is injustice now

freestephenmurney.jpg After six months detention in Maghaberry jail as a result of his republican beliefs, prominent eirigi activist Stephen Murney calls for the end of internment.

Published June 7, 2013



The burning of the Custom House

customhouse1900.jpg A symbolic, if costly, attack by the IRA in Dublin during the War of Independence took place 92 years ago this week.

Published May 31, 2013



The North King Street massacre

easter1916brits.jpg Fifteen civilians were shot or bayoneted to death by soldiers from the South Staffordshire regiment towards the end of the Easter Rising.

Published May 24, 2013



In memory of Jim McAllister

jimmcallister.jpg The following oration was delivered by former councillor Pat McNamee at the graveside of former colleague Jim McAllister who died of cancer last month.

Published May 10, 2013



Sinn Fein ‘the worst form of conservatives’

gerardhodgkins.jpg Former republican hunger striker Gerard Hodgkins delivered the 2013 annual Brendan Hughes memorial lecture in Derry on the 1st of May.

Published May 10, 2013



Letter from the Craigavon Two

craigavontwo2.jpg An open letter was issued on behalf of Brendan and John Paul by the 'Justice for the Craigavon Two' group ahead of the opening of their appeal this week

Published May 3, 2013



Frank Ryan remains an enigma

frankryan.jpg Why are Irish people still fascinated with Frank Ryan despite the fact that he has been dead since 1944, nearly 70 years ago?

Published May 3, 2013



The hunger for truth

faminetribunal.jpg The Great Hunger of 1845-52 raises questions that are still unanswered, and last weekend, historians, students, and members of the public gathered at Fordham University to discuss them.

Published April 26, 2013

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