Four panels, the first green, the second white, the third orange (making up the Irish flag) and the fourth black.

The first panel shows photos of the 13 people killed on Bloody Sunday and a blood-stained banner that was carried on the day of the march. The second panel shows a cartoon of a British soldier copied from graffiti on a wall in Belfast. The third panel shows photographs of street scenes in Belfast depicting mostly pro-loyalist symbols. The fourth panel is seperated from the others by a line of barbed wire, and show photographs of a man alledgedly beaten up by police for being an IRA suspect, and a quote by Shelley.


The artist.

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