Anna Henry carries the memory of Hugh Gilmore on her shoulders as she mourns the 14 civil rights protestors gunned down by British soldiers in Derry, Ireland, on Jan. 31, 1973, a crucial moment in Irish history remembered as “Bloody Sunday.” During the 37th annual march to Our Lady of Perpetual Help Basilica in Bay Ridge, marchers demanded justice for the victims’ families and prayed for positive changes in Northern Ireland. See Page 26 for more.
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