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Donate to our Fighting Fund

We badly need to raise funds for the Assembly campaign – we need anyone who can afford it to send us £20, £50 or £100.

You can send a cheque made out to M.U. People Before Profit Alliance to 64 Ballygrooby Road, Moneymore, County Derry, BT45 7XD

We also intend to run fundraisers (pre and post-election) across this constituency check out our Upcoming Events page or Get Involved and run your own.

The Derry People Before Profit Allinace have something for you in return – copies of “Spirit of ’68 – Beyond the Barricades”, signed by three of the leaders of the early Civil Rights Movement: Bernadette McAliskey, Eamonn McCann and Dermie McClenaghan.

It’s an excellent book, published in 2008, in which contributors (including Bernadette, Eamonn and Dermie) examine the international and local context of the events, the impact of the march and its aftermath on working-class Protestants, and the issues which the Northern Ireland civil rights movement raised for the trade union movement, for republican socialism and for the struggle for gay and women’s rights.

With their three signatures, it will become a collector’s piece in years to come. This is your chance to get one.

Anyone who donates £20 or more gets a signed copy (posted out after the election!). You can send a cheque made out to People Before Profit Alliance to People Before Profit, 4 Shipquay Place, Derry BT48 6DH, or pay for one by using one of the PayPal buttons below. 

Spirit of ’68 backing Eamonn’s Campaign

Behind the Barricades

There are, of course, a limited number of copies of the book so it’s first come, first served – but, when we are down to the last few, we will post the news here so no-one is disappointed.

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