The writing is on the wall: éirígí political art in Belfast

Over the past few months, éirígí members in Belfast have used public art as a means to deliver political messages to the people of the city. The political artwork has focused on issues such as the unchanged nature of British policing in Ireland, the attacks on essential public services by Stormont while the pigs at that particular trough continue to look after themselves, and the situation of republican prisoners and continued use of internment today.

Below are photos of some of the work.

Posted on October 25, 2012, in 21st century republicanism and socialism, éirígí, Censorship, Culture, Economy and workers' resistance, Irish politics today, Jim Larkin, Partition, Political education and theory, Prisoners - current, Repression and resistance in the six counties today, Social conditions. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on The writing is on the wall: éirígí political art in Belfast.

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