The legacy of Cumann na mBan

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The revolutionary women’s movement, Cumann na mBan, was set up 100 years ago this week. It maintained the struggle for independence following the Easter Rising and in 1921 became the first organisation to reject the treaty which partitioned Ireland. Sally Richardson looks at their stand for equality and unity.

 

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