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The Way I See It

The Way I See It

Fr Des Wilson

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Father Des Wilson has been living and working in West Belfast since 1966. In 1975 he went to Ballymurphy, one of the most impoverished and demonized areas of the city. For forty years he has drawn inspiration from the community around him. In turn he has inspired and supported many people to develop their own responses to the many social, economic and political crises confronting the community.

He writes in his book The Way I See It ,

'one way to understand what happened in the north of Ireland is to think of a constant creation of alternative education, alternative welfare, alternative theatre, broadcasting, theological and political discussion, public inquiries and much else. They also created at various times alternative police and alternative armies. The authorities who had power over these in the past were and still are engaged in an equally constant struggle to regain total control of them. With only limited success, fortunately'

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Author Fr Des Wilson
Publisher Beyond Endurance
Publication date 20 Apr 2005
Format Paperback
ISBN/EAN 9781900960281

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