Spare Rib magazine issue 128

Description

Spare Rib regularly reported on the Troubles in Northern Ireland, with first-person accounts from women at the heart of the conflict. This coverage was a great contrast to that in the mainstream press which focused mainly on the issues from a male point of view.

Full title:
Spare Rib magazine issue 128
Published:
March 1983
Publisher:  
Spare Rib Collective
Format:
Magazine
Language:
English
Usage terms

Issue 128 , pp 24, 25, Mary Nellis – fifty years of struggle in Ireland by Roisin Boyd
Usage terms: © Roisin Boyd Creative Commons Non-Commercial Licence

Photographs of Mary Nellis by Derek Speirs
Usage terms: We have been unable to locate the copyright holder for these photographs. Please contact copyright@bl.uk with any information you have regarding these.

Held by
British Library
Shelfmark:
P.523/344

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