http://thelakotaculturalexchangeprogram.org/b6up/3xbbk.php?zlv=à¤®à¤°à¤¾à¤ à¥€-à¤•à¤¥à¤¾-à¤•à¤¾à¤¦à¤‚à¤¬à¤°à¥€-pdf Following on from our Easter events, the month of April has seen the continuing activism of the IRPWA. Street theatre, whiteline pickets, and information stalls have taken place in order to highlight the ongoing abuse of Republican Political Prisoners. Activists were also involved in protests to highlight the recent internment of IRPWA activist Dee Fennell.
The IRPWA totally condemn the recent charging and incarceration of IRPWA activist Dee Fennell and offer our full support to Dee and his family. We view these spurious charges levelled at Dee, under the auspices of draconian “terrorism” legislation, as a continuance of the British policy of Internment, albeit in a more subtle form. Internment
The IRPWA strongly condemn this morning’s raids at the homes of activists Mandy Duffy and Dee Fennell and also the subsequent arrest of Dee Fennell. We offer our solidarity and support to the families of both activists and call for the immediate release of Dee Fennell. The IRPWA view these recent actions by the RUC/PSNI
Irish Republican Prisoners, Roe 4, Maghaberry gaol, send fraternal greetings to our comrades, families and supporters during this period of remembrance, reflection and re-dedication. We commend our imprisoned comrades in Portlaoise and Hydebank gaols for their continued resolve and discipline. We would also take this opportunity to thank all supporters of all imprisoned Irish political
Over the Easter period, IRPWA activists were to the fore in organising various activities and events throughout Ireland to ensure that the Republican position and analysis was delivered to the public and that the issues affecting the Republican Political Prisoners of today was heard at these events. In the lead up to Easter weekend, IRPWA