Jobs and freedom for Northern Ireland: MLK march 50th anniversary by Allan LEONARD for Shared Future News 28 August 2013 Sponsored by the US Consulate Belfast, the Washington-Ireland Programme and Politics Plus, Chris Lyttle MLA hosted a remembrance event at Parliament Buildings for the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, … Continue reading Jobs and freedom for Northern Ireland: MLK march 50th anniversary
Somehow I escaped reading this essential school text, with its story of racism in 1930s American South. Living in Northern Ireland, I draw parallels with sectarianism, with its similar bigotry and prejudice. To Kill a Mockingbird was part of a Unite Against Hate campaign event at Parliament Buildings in Northern Ireland, which I've written about … Continue reading Book review – To Kill a Mockingbird (Harper LEE)
What does 'unite' mean to you? Culture Night Belfast by Allan LEONARD 15 October 2010 As part of Culture Night Belfast, which was supported by the Unite against Hate campaign, Moochin Photoman took some distinctive portrait photographs using a 'Through the Viewfinder' technique. I asked those who were photographed, "What does 'unite' mean to you?" … Continue reading What does ‘unite’ mean to you?
Young people discuss CSI at Stormont by Allan LEONARD 27 September 2010 As part of the Cinemagic International Film & Television Festival for Young People, and in conjunction with the Unite Against Hate campaign, there was a day event at Parliament Buildings, Stormont, home of the Northern Ireland Assembly. In the Press Conference Suite the … Continue reading Young people discuss CSI at Stormont