El Salvador Weekend
Date:1982
Organisation: Irish El Salvador Support Committee
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El Salvador Weekend

Friday 14th May
Social with International Musicians
Hotel Pierre 8pm £1.50

Saturday 15th May
Film, Photo & Slide Exhibit
Boylan Centre 12-6 Donation

Organized by Dun Laoghaire El Salvador Support Committee

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Commentary From The Cedar Lounge Revolution

11th January 2021

Many thanks to the person who forwarded this to the Archive.

This is an unusual addition to the Archive, an hand-drawn poster for a El Salvador Weekend organised by the Dun Laoghaire El Salvador Committee.

The poster advertises a social and a Film, Photo and Slide Exhibit.

The Irish El Salvador Support Committee was founded in 1979 . Any further information on this or other events organised by the IESSC would be very welcome.


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  • By: Jim Monaghan Tue, 12 Jan 2021 10:39:06

    My brother-in-law, Mervyn Morrissey was very involved in this. It will give him a warm glow that it is remembered. If memory serves, the main person nationally lived in Swords.

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