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Women Unfree Shall Never Be At Peace!
derry | rights, freedoms and repression | news report Friday March 09, 2007 11:38 by Women Unfree Shall Never Be At Peace!
International Working Women’s Day in Derry was remembered by a number of local activists who celebrated revolutionary women contributed to the struggle of women’s liberation throughout the year’s locally, nationally and internationally.
Those women celebrated upon placards throughout the city ranged from legendary Irish activists or socialist revolutionaries. Women such as Eleanor Marx, Nora Connolly, Angela Davis, Miriam Daly, Emma Goldman, Constance Markiewicz, Mairead Farrell and Bernadette Devlin have been honored as leading women who continue to inspire women locally and across the world.