The Dublin Housing Action Committee has an honoured place in the history of the Irish Left. Francis Donohoe presents a brief overview of the campaign.
Martin McGuinness, Political Strategy and the Civil Rights Movement
Constance Markievicz Rosie Hackett Elizabeth O’Farrell Margaret Skinnider Kathleen Lynn
Famed music producer, political activist and Outlet Records founder, Billy McBurney, died at the age of 84 on 10th February.
Although born in London, Kevin was brought up on the northside of Dublin.
The son of a Presbyterian Minister, Liam Clarke joined the Republican Clubs while a student in the early 1970s.
Eoin O’Mahony reports on a discussion with Loyalist ex-prisoners on the memory of 1916.
Historian Brian Hanley critically appraises the 1916 Rising and argues that it should be remembered for what it was, not what we might wish it to have been.
The aims of the Easter Rising are something to commemorate with honour and defend from its detractors, writes veteran socialist activist Sean Garland.
Kathleen Loy, who died on November 18th 2015, aged 91, was one of the most long-serving, loyal and dedicated members of the Workers’ Party.