This Friday, August 24, marks the 50th anniversary of the first ever civil rights march in the North. It was attended by about a thousand people. They carried placards demanding an end to discrimination in housing, jobs and the local electoral franchise. That Saturday afternoon, they walked the four miles from Coalisland to nearby Dungannon.
On arrival, a police roadblock prevented them entering the town proper and they were informed by the RUC that their entry...
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