It is a rare day in Northern Ireland which does not see a sectarian incident making the headlines.
Sectarianism is, according to the dictionary, a narrow‐minded adherence to a particular sect – often leading to conflict with those of different sects or possessing different beliefs.
Sectarian hate crime, flags ripped down, election candidates sharing sectarian content, candidates attacked or threatened, keep Irish out signs, flags commemorating loyalist paramilitary boss, offensive singing… the list goes on and on.
Will sectarianism ever go away? Can it get better or are we just stuck with it?
Ciarán Dunbar is joined by political journalist Aoife-Grace Moore and political activist Richard Garland.
Source : Belfasttelegraph