Northern Ireland, late 1960s-2008
Mina Wardle

Mina Wardle

Belfast, Northern Ireland, 2006. Mina Wardle, a Protestant woman who founded Shankhill Stress and Trauma Group to help women cope with loss and sectarian violence.
Allison Crowe

Allison Crowe

North Belfast, Northern Ireland, October 2006. Allison Crowe, with her daughter Kelly, lives in Parkside, North Belfast, a still-tense neighborhood despite the 2002 Peace Agreement meant to quell the decades-long violence between Catholics and Protestants. Crowe is Protestant, but the father of her two daughters is Catholic. They never married and are now separated.
Margaret Hale

Margaret Hale

Belfast, Northern Ireland, October 2006. Margaret Hale, 41, is a Catholic woman who grew up in Belfast. When she was a child, her family’s home was burned down by Protestants during an intense period of sectarian violence. She now lives in Parkside, North Belfast, where she was severely beaten outside her home by an unknown...