The Northern Ireland Civil Rights Association (NICRA) was formed in 1967. Many of its early members were drawn from the Dungannon based Campaign for Social Justice, a middle class grouping who had been collecting data on discrimination since 1964, along with some members of the Republican Movement and the Communist Party of Northern Ireland. Its demands were: one man - one vote; allocation of housing on a points system; redrawing of gerrymandered electoral boundaries; repeal of the Special Powers Act; abolition of the B Specials; and laws against discrimination in local government.
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|CPSU activists produce leaflet against Public...||
The CPSU activist group have produced a leaflet calling on members of the CPSU to vote No to the public sector deal. "Many public sector workers have been shocked and angered that such a deal was agreed in the first place, some general secretaries including our own...
|Red & Black Revolution 7, published 2003||
Articles in this issue include a debate on the Black Bloc, a look at the failings of the Irish Anti war Movement and a piece which explores the anarchist contention that socialism cannot come without freedom