Posted By: January 04, 2020


If you believe in a new, shared, Ireland— in the unity and solidarity of The Beloved Community, with 
liberty and justice for all— then you will not only sign the Petition but will get many others to sign it as well. 
It is free and only takes a moment of your time. 

(The term, “The Beloved Community” was first devised at the beginning of the 20TH Century by the important American philosopher-theologian Josiah Royce (1855–1916).However, it was Blessed Martin Luther King, Jr. who made the term famous, investing it with a deeper and wider meaning).

Dr. King, Jr. teaches that nonviolence seeks to defeat injustice not people. Therefore, this Petition is on the side of justice; it is for justice, not against any group of people. It is also perfectly consistent with the Good Friday Agreement. … And, Saint Pope John Paul II reminds us that “peace is the fruit of solidarity.” Make this Petition your own and spread it wide and far. You know you can do it. Please do. Thank you.
If you need or want to read  background information on the Irish issue, a new edition of my Memoirs has  just been published:My American Struggle for Justice in Northern Ireland [Third U.S. Edition 2019]. Available at and on Amazon.