Anti-Racism World Cup

A second anti-fascist, and cross-community, piece has gone up on Northumberland Street. This one commemorates the deaths of Dick O’Neill and William Beattie who died fighting the fascists in the Spanish Civil War. O’Neill died at Jarama and Beattie at Brunete, both outside Madrid, in 1937.
As can be seen from the third image, below, the piece is immediately to the right of the Frederick Douglass mural.
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2013-08-10 ONeillBeattieWIde+
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text: X01255 X01254 X01256 springfield road fell at 14th february shankill road 23rd july, no pasarán, they shall not pass, plough and the stars, spanish republic flag, bob marley martin luther king angela davis steven biko haitian revolution apartheid free at last without regard to race

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