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Repeal Shield 1 Jun 18
Can people please an eye out for any stray or missed posters, particularly on their commute home and report them? No one wants a massive fine ruining our nice post election buzz.
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C҉a҉m҉e҉r҉a҉ ҉C҉o҉w҉b҉o҉y҉ 27 May 18
Some photos from Dublin Castle while waiting on the yes vote
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Sarah Clarkin 19 Jun 18
How can you have a political summer school that doesn’t include a discussion on the biggest and most effective political campaign of the year, never mind not having any leaders sharing their insights on successful campaigning?
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𝗔𝗶𝗱𝗮𝗻 𝗢’𝗕𝗿𝗶𝗲𝗻 3 Jun 18
A number of Anti Choicers have taken to various forms of Social Media over the past week, seeking to delegitimize the results of the & claiming the result was rigged for . Thread.
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Philip O'Connor 10 Aug 18
That the Venn diagram of those hating on the family in the Garda station & who also claim to be “pro-life” is a perfect circle, the number of -ers spouting bile suggests normal service has been resumed, and it’s OK to hate the poor & single mothers again. It’s not.
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Laura Harmon 31 May 18
Still trying to mentally process the absolute whirlwind that was the last few months and the incredible result last weekend. One of my fave pics from the campaign. Such smiles!
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People with Disabilities Together for Yes 1 Jun 18
Things to say to tourists after the referendum: remember that in Ireland we drive on the left side of the road and the right side of history.
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𝗔𝗶𝗱𝗮𝗻 𝗢’𝗕𝗿𝗶𝗲𝗻 3 Jun 18
Just noticed this on Facebook. American Anti Choice Activists are offering training & accommodation to any Irish Pro-Lifer who wants "training" in American tactics outside PP clinics.
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Tara (Ra Boom di Ay) 30 May 18
At Heuston again, feeling the old campaign twitch. We've and now I'm off to in memory of my aunt, who died just as the boxes opened around the country.
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Walk Tall Apr 8
Do not vote for this lady. She was the Campaign Manager for . Choose a life-positive person who respects unborn babies instead.
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Louise O’ Donnell Nov 30
Quick reminder to all legislators working to : You are dealing with an electorate that is more informed and more demanding than ever. Progressive movements like and have empowered people to want change. We won’t forget your decisions come
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Sharon Leavy 9 Aug 18
Gutted for Argentina. A result like this was my biggest fear throughout the whole campaign, I can't imagine how those who fought so hard feel today. We stand with you.
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Cameron Ahmad 28 May 18
World hails decisive vote for women 🗳️
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Brid Smith TD 14 Jun 18
Met today Looks likely that three tiny legal challenges to ENORMOUS referendum result to hold back abortion legislation about a month Averaging another 280 exiled women-Cruel/ uncalled for/ sour grapes
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Carrie Kelly 28 May 18
Gentle reminder: If you’re in Belfast this evening, there’s a rally for abortion reform outside City Hall @ 5PM. Can’t go due to family commitments but would love for someone to stand in my place.
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#MyNameis 14 Jun 18
had a very productive meeting tonight to plan out the next few weeks as homelessness and housing comes back into political focus after referendum. We Invite any activists involved in campaign to join us & help us fight for Ireland's homeless.
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Nat O'Connor 2 Jun 18
If you spot any remaining posters, please let us know so we can take them down!
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Together for Yes Apr 17
The inclusion of in is a massive international recognition. This award is for everyone in our movement. Together, we changed Ireland. Our campaign will serve as hope for all those still fighting for their rights - change is possible
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Rory Hearne 27 May 18
After incredible achievement an important question is : can that positive movement of compassion turn to address other major social issues? First up is the major crisis of lack of affordable housing & homelessness. A ?
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Sinead Bolger Dec 13
Thank You Ireland To a country that opens its doors, instead of sending women away in shame To a country that is compassionate and caring.... not hard and unkind To a progressive, ever changing country that welcomes all voices
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