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National - Event Notice
Monday January 28 2013
07:00 PM

Candlelit blackflag vigil for Dolours Price, Dublin, Monday evening

category national | rights and freedoms | event notice author Sunday January 27, 2013 21:24author by Remembering Dolours Report this post to the editors

Candlelit black flag vigil for Dolours Price

Monday, 7pm O'Connell bridge, Dublin

All welcome

On Monday the 28th of January at 7pm on O'Connell bridge in Dublin, Republican comrades of Doloures Price will be holding a candlelit black flag vigil in remembrance of Doloures who recently passed, and to commemorate her inspiring legacy.
The vigil is set to coincide with Doloures's funeral taking place on the same day in her native Belfast, it is only right that republicans in Dublin were she resided up until her passing, do their part to pay tribute to a woman who gave her utmost to the cause of Irish Freedom.
The vigil will also be carried out in solidarity with Doloures's sister Marian, who is being forced to grieve Doloures passing behind British prison walls, denied the right to her freedom, not even to bury her beloved sister.
So please be present on O'Connell Bridge on Monday evening to give an hour of your time to remember this gallant lady.
Black flags to be provided but if you wish to bring your own candles and black flags it would be a big help.
See you all there

Beannacht

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