Bernadette Devlin (b. 1947), a leader of the Catholic Civil Rights movement in the late 1960s, gives a speech about the recent history of Northern Ireland since its creation in the 1920's. She also gives a history of religious conflict and the women's peace movement in Northern Ireland. Introduced by Mark Weiss.
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