Commenting ahead of the commemoration, Terry Carberry, Workers’ Party Lower Falls, said: “Their deaths must be viewed in the context of the British State force’s brutality, murder and oppression, Bloody Sunday, internment, the Falls Curfew and the OIRA response. 

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“Their vision and strong belief in the unity of the working class and the eventual establishment of  a democratic socialist republic has yet to be realised but we will continue on that journey in their memory and to fulfil those noble goals on behalf of the Irish working class.”