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Despite freezing conditions, over five thousand people attended the
annual Bloody Sunday march this year to commemorate the massacre of 14
civil rights demonstrators in Derry in 1972 and demand an ‘end to
impunity’ for those responsible. The following is a transcript of the
address by former MP and civil rights leader Bernadette McAliskey,
from the Pensive Quill.
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