Human Rights activist Rev. Jesse Jackson is making a one day visit to Derry at the invitation of the Pat Finucane Centre and the Bloody Sunday Trust.
While in the city he will visit the Museum of Free Derry. At 4 pm, there will be an open session in the Guildhall where the Rev. Jackson will take part in a discussion and answer questions from the public.
Following this he will present the inaugural Henry Cunningham Human Rights Award to the winning school. The essay was based on the theme ‘Defending the rights of minorities in Ireland.’
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