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Workers Solidarity Movement Meeting

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Political Reading Group @ Solidarity Books! every 2nd Thursday - starts, September 5th at 8pm

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Solidarity Books is closing its doors on March 31st.
   

Cinema Night - Bernadette Notes on a Political Journey (2011) this Thurs 8pm

Join us this Thursday April 5th , 8pm, in Solidarity Books for a screening of
Bernadette: Notes on a Political Journey (2011). Film description below.

Start time is 8pm.

All welcome, donations appreciated.

Bernadette: Notes on a Political Journey (2011)

This remarkable documentary, made over a nine year period, charts the story of Bernadette Devlin McAliskey’s political journey since her explosive entry into the public arena in the late 60’s. Combining archive footage with a series of intimate interviews conducted with Devlin McAliskey, director Lelia Doolan encapsulates the idiosyncrasies and rebelliousness which has fuelled her subject’s pivotal role at the heart of civil rights, feminism and socialism in Northern Ireland. The film equally offers a window into the everyday living conditions in Northern Ireland in the mid-20th Century through to the late 60’s and the mass popular struggles that emerged in this context –a crucial history for anyone pushing for radical alternatives today.

Producer/Director Lelia Doolan will introduce the film. A discussion will follow the screening.

Entry Free/ Donations Welcome

Below is a link to Lelia Doolan discussing the background to the film at the BFI Film Festival, London

http://www.bfi.org.uk/live/video/780