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Welcome to the 21st Allied Media Conference!

This year we have gone VIRTUAL! AMC kicks-off Thursday July 23rd!

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We are excited to host 24 Virtual Network Gatherings this year. Network gatherings are taking place before and after conference and many are INVITE ONLY, those that are open to new guests will be updated in Sched. To learn more about Network Gatherings go here.

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Sunday, July 26 • 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Bloody Sunday to Black Lives Matter: Sharing a Path to Justice

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Tying our struggles together is not optional. Join activists from Detroit & Derry, Ireland, as we discuss our Civil Rights movements, campaigns against state violence, & envision our co-liberation.

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Kate McCabe

Director, Éist
Kate McCabe is a writer and the director of Éist.

Sandra Simmons

Hush House Detroit
Rev. Mama Sandra is an ordained Christian minister, educator, and co-founder of the Hush House Community Museum in Detroit. Charles Simmons is a journalist, educator, and co-founder of Hush House.
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Brian Dooley

Senior Advisor, Human Rights First
Brian Dooley is a human rights activist and academic, author of several books about Irish and US politics, including Black and Green: The Fight for Civil Rights in Northern Ireland and Black America.

John Kelly

Bloody Sunday Justice Campaign/Museum of Free Derry
John Kelly’s brother Michael was murdered on Bloody Sunday. He was the chairman of the Bloody Sunday Justice Campaign and currently works at the Museum of Free Derry as its Education Officer.

Jean Hegarty

Bloody Sunday Justice Campaign/Museum of Free Derry
Jean Hegarty is the sister of Kevin McElhinney, who was just 17-years-old when he was shot dead by British paratroopers on Bloody Sunday. Jean subsequently became involved in the Bloody Sunday Justice Campaign to clear her brother’s name. She works part-time at the Museum of Free... Read More →

Robin Percival

Bloody Sunday Trust
The inaugural chair of the Bloody Sunday Trust, Robin worked for 30 years at the local further education college. He helped establish the Pat Finucane Centre in Derry and was active in the trade union movement.

Sunday July 26, 2020 2:30pm - 4:00pm EDT