The 2013 James Connolly Commemoration held on June 8th at Connolly’s birthplace in Edinburgh. Organised by The James Connolly Society Scotland and the 1916 Societies.
Happy Birthday James Connolly. There can be no better day to launch our Let Us Rise Social History Project than on Connolly’s birthday. Our social history project, Let Us Rise, aims to raise awareness and advance understanding of the history of Edinburgh’s Little Ireland and the place of the James Connolly Society within that community.… Continue reading Happy Birthday James Connolly
On Saturday 30th March about 2000 people marched through Edinburgh in opposition to the Bedroom Tax. As always the James Connolly Society were there. Ensuring the socialist republican politics of James Connolly are central to political life in Scotland and that Connolly is commemorated everyday through the JCS’ involvement in working class politics. … Continue reading JCS On Anti-Bedroom Tax March
A selection of photos from yesterday’s emergency national demonstration in support of the residents of Gaza which was held in Edinburgh are now on the James Connolly Society’s Facebook page.
Saturday 17th November Assemble 12noon at Bute House First Minister’s Residence Charlotte Square 12.30pm – March to Scottish Parliament Called by: We are All Hana Shalabi student network & Scottish Palestine Solidarity Campaign Supported by: Friends of Al Aqsa (Scotland) Edinburgh Uni Students for Justice in Palestine Glasgow Uni Palestine Society Strathclyde Uni Students for Justice in Palestine… Continue reading Emergency Demo For Gaza
More photos are available at our Facebook page.
Wreath Laying ceremony at James Connolly’s plaque in Edinburgh’s Cowgate. Photos to follow.
Here it is a piece of social history, the best song ever written and the James Connolly Society’s anthem The Footsteps Of The Young James Connolly. This song was written by Gerry Mulvenna during his time living in Edinburgh as a student in the late eighties. Edinburgh based folk duo Patsy Mack, Bobby Nicholson and… Continue reading The Footsteps Of The Young James Connolly