Civil And Religious Liberty For All

The ‘Civil and religious liberty for all’ mural in Cambrai street was ‘in progress for a long time. These images are from October 20th (first two) and November 7th (last two), 2011. The mural, showing parades, bonfires, and Northern Ireland football, would eventually be completed in 2012.
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Here We Stand

This Orange Order banner is on the outside wall of the shed in the graveyard of Drumcree church, Portadown, years after the dispute effectively ended.
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Drumcree

These are 2008 images of the Drumcree mural in the lower Shankill estate, seen previously in 2004. The mural would be “re-imaged” in 2009. “Here we stand, we can do no other” adapts Luther’s saying at Worms to the standoff in Portadown between the Orange Order and Catholics on the Garvaghy Road, which links the church at Drumcree (shown in the mural) with the town centre.
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Great Ape

Spotted in the lower Shankill estate: a gaping gorilla dressed in Orange Order collarette carrying a Union flag.
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