Bloody Sunday March for Justice – 1 February 2015 Derry


Source: Bloody Sunday March For Justice Website

The march will leave Creggan shops at 2.30 pm sharp and will makes it way over the original route ending up at Guildhall Square in Derry City Centre. Guest speakers are the Reverend Osagyefo Sekou from Missouri USA and the anti-austerity, anti-water charges Dublin TD Clare Daly.

In keeping with this year’s theme of Resist! various groups and campaigns will be represented on the day in a show of solidarity and also to highlight their concerns whether it be the state of the current murder investigation into the deaths on Bloody Sunday 1972 or more recent opposition to water charges in the South, the impending impact of welfare cuts in the North or the continuing persecution of the people of Gaza or indeed the ongoing racist behaviour by US state police against black communities right across America today.

Source: Bloody Sunday March for Justice Website

There is also a full and diverse programme of events organised by the Bloody Sunday March Committee during the week leading up to Sunday’s march which can be accessed via this link!

All freedom loving people should attend the March For Justice!


The images of the 14 unarmed victims murdered on Bloody Sunday in Derry, 1972 by the British Army: Patrick (‘Paddy’) Doherty (31), Gerald Donaghey (17), John (‘Jackie’) Duddy (17), Hugh Gilmour (17), Michael Kelly (17), Michael McDaid (20), Kevin McElhinney (17), Bernard (‘Barney’) McGuigan (41), Gerald McKinney (35), William (‘Willie’) McKinney (26), William Nash (19), James (‘Jim’) Wray (22), John Young (17), John Johnston (59)


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