Remembering Bloody Sunday in Aotearoa

38 years ago, the British Army murdered 14 unarmed Civil Rights marchers on the streets of Derry. The Paratroopers who butchered the innocent were awarded medals and protected by the State.

Now, the British government has admitted the massacre was "unjustfied and unjustifiable". Justice must be done- the soldiers and their commanding officers should now stand trial for murder.

The Connolly Club of Auckland invites you to a screening of the acclaimed film "Bloody Sunday", and a discussion afterwards.

This Sunday, 2pm, 6a Western Springs Road, Morningside, Auckland.

Bloody Sunday- screening and discussion

Sunday, 20 June 2010
14:00 - 17:30
Unite union, 6a Western Springs Road, Morningside


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