Give Sectarianism The Boot

This is just one of the nine kids and local community boards (five from the Charter Youth Club, four from the Sandy Row Womans Group [sic]) at the blind end of Blythe Street, Belfast. The panel in the middle right of this one is of kids taking part in “Give Sectarianism The Boot” an initiative of the IFA and Community Relations Council.

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UVF South Belfast 2nd Battalion

“In proud memory of our fallen comrades from the officers and members of South Belafst 2nd Battalion [‘A’ Company Donegall Pass] ‘Glorious on the graves of heroes, kindly upon all those who have suffered for the cause. Thus will shine the dawn. They gave their tomorrow for our today.'” UVF memorial garden in Walnut Street.

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Mary Ann McCracken

“Mary Ann McCracken 1770-1866, social reformer, lived here [62 Donegall Pass, Belfast]. McCracken ran a muslin business in Belfast and was involved with the Clifton Street poorhouse, worked for the abolition of slavery and the preservation of Irish harp music. United Irishman Henry Joy McCracken was her brother.


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