Category Archives: Cathy Crabb

IBRG at the WCML;part six. A Welcome for IBRG at St.Brendan’s Irish Centre.

  In the 1980s when IBRG branches were being   set up across the country one of the biggest problems was finding somewhere to meet. There were many  Irish Centres,  but most of them did not want an Irish group with … Continue reading

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Northern ReSisters Conversations with Radical Women by Bernadette Hyland

Northern ReSisters: Conversations with Radical Women by Bernadette Hyland ISBN 987-0-9932247-0-6 £5.95 I decided to write this book because I was fed up with the way that the Left, which I have always been a part of, has  in recent … Continue reading

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