Danny Morrison speaks at Experiences in Political Conflict.

Some footage of Danny at the Waterfront Hall event on Saturday. Good audio, mainly because he spoke into the microphone. He speaks about his history, sitting beside him are two loyalists ex prisoners who also told their history. Martin Lynch wrote that Danny’s book Then the walls came down influenced him in writing the play. I haven’t read Dannys prison journal, I’d be interested if any one has and their assessment of it.

Danny’s own site is here where he blogs about dealing with the past.


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