An interactive exhibition featuring the testimonies of political activists and civilians who experienced a pivotal year in Northern Ireland’s history is being hosted at the University of Wolverhampton.
The Voices of ’68 travelling exhibition focuses on a period when the civil rights movement and political tensions came to the fore across the province.
It features the filmed testimonies of 30 historians, political activists and civilians and encourages a fresh look at this crucial turning point in Northern Ireland’s political and social history.
In this video, Reader in Conflict Studies Dr Eamonn O'Kane explains why the exhibition is visiting Wolverhampton and what he hopes people will take from it.
The exhibition will visit the University of Wolverhampton, which has research strength in this area, from 1-12 April 2019. It will be open to the public on the second floor of the Lord Swraj Paul Building in Wolverhampton.