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galway | rights, freedoms and repression | news report Saturday December 08, 2007 22:49 by Margaretta D'Arcy - Radio Pirate Woman
Galway women join global protest to end violence against women
The ghosts and spirits of the millions of women who have been murdered, violated, oppressed, excluded, driven into exile, denied freedom of speech, denied participation in any decisions concerning their lives, because of war, religion, race, culture, age, disability, sexuality, poverty, bonded slavery, domestic violence or bureaucracy, glided in and out of the shoppers of Galway on Friday afternoon, the 7th of December.
The ghosts and spirits of the millions of women who have been murdered, violated, oppressed, excluded, driven into exile, denied freedom of speech, denied participation in any decisions concerning their lives, because of war, religion, race, culture, age, disability, sexuality, poverty, bonded slavery, domestic violence or bureaucracy, glided in and out of the shoppers of Galway on Friday afternoon, the 7th of December. At Wolfe Tone Bridge a veil was ceremoniously thrown into the river to be washed out to sea as a symbol of all oppression. The ghosts then went into the Museum and took part in Niamh Moloughney’s installation of the Israeli Apartheid Wall, where messages were left. Photographs were taken by TD (member of Ireland/Palestine Solidarity Campaign); members of Shell to Sea, Food Not Bombs, Galway Writers’ Centre and Women in Media & Entertainment participated; a short, evocative and impressionistic film (2mins) was made by Finn Arden. The action was part of Radio Pirate-Woman’s 16-day series of broadcasts (ending Monday 10th December) on the theme “Demanding Implementation, Challenging Obstacles: End Violence Against Women,” in conjunction with Women’s International Network of the World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters.
Listen to broadcasts at: www.amarc.org /16days or www.margarettadarcy.com