By Vincent Coyle
As we approach the 43rd anniversary of what became known as Bloody Sunday, I’m inclined to reflect on how far we have come over four decades. The march on January 1972 was attended by people from all over the north and began as a peaceful civil rights demonstration. That day as we marched we called for parity of esteem, peace with justice and for an end to internment without trial. Other issues raised included the lack of adequate housing, poverty, education and unemployment.
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