Public event: Revolutionary politics of Seamus Costello

download6-9pm, Saturday, Nov 14

Newtown Community Centre

Newtownmountkennedy

Co. Wicklow

 

Chair: John Davis

Speakers:
Brian Leeson (éirígí ) on the Great Natural Resources Robbery
Erika Brennan (community activist) on the Housing Crisis
Sean Doyle (co-worker of Seamus Costello) on the Politics of Seamus Costello in Today’s Struggle

Plus:
Pádraig Ó Fearghaíl (Wicklow Remembers 1916 Committee)
Ruan O’Donnell (historian, University of Limerick)

Bígí Linn

 

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Posted on November 9, 2015, in Anti-household and anti-water tax, éirígí, Border Campaign/Operation Harvest, British state repression (general), Censorship, Civil rights movement, Commemorations, Democratic rights - general, Economy and workers' resistance, General revolutionary history, Historiography and historical texts, Irish politics today, IRSP, national, Natural resources, Officials, Partition, Prisoners - past, Public events - Ireland, Public sector/cuts, Repression and resistance in 1970s and 1980s, Repression in 26-county state, Republicanism 1960s, Revolutionary figures, Seamus Costello, sectarianism, six counties, Social conditions, twenty-six counties, Unionism, loyalism, sectarianism, Workers rights. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Public event: Revolutionary politics of Seamus Costello.

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