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Grafitti Train & Cabbagetown Stroll


Grafitti Train & Cabbagetown Stroll

Articles from Marcella32


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Bobby Sands: An Cumann Cabhrach Biography of 1981

author: Marcella32 : Ireland
Tuesday, April 12th, 2005


Irish Republican Prisoners

author: Marcella32 : Ireland
Tuesday, April 12th, 2005


 

Bobby Sands: An Cumann Cabhrach Biography of 1981

author: Marcella32 : Ireland


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The profiles of the hunger strikers as they first appeared in An Cumann Cabhrach brochure of 1981. Bobby Sands was born in 1954 in Rathcoole, a predominantly loyalist district of north Belfast. His twenty-seventh birthday fell on the ninth day of his sixty-six day hunger-strike. The sectarian realities of ghetto life materialised early in Bobby's life when at the age of seven his family were forced to move home owing to loyalist intimidation even as early as 1962. Of this time Bobby himself later wrote: "1 was only a working-class boy from a nationalist ghetto, but it is repression that creates the revolutionary...


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Flamelets on Vanderbilt Ave


Last night, on my journey in search of Pet Bird stickers, I came upon a mini-mini-drama on Vanderbilt Avenue and Bergen Street: a fire in a garbage can. Just as I was preparing to cross the street to get a decent...

Flamelets on Vanderbilt Ave

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Budget


Budget

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High-Contrast Crash:


High-Contrast Crash: