A virtual, walk through tour of the Speeches, Strikes and Struggles exhibition which ran at Nerve Visual Galleries, Derry~Londonderry, from October - December 2018. Speeches, Strikes and Struggles is an archive project led by the Tower Museum, and presented rarely before seen collections highlighting the significant events and cultural heritage of the Troubles from 1968 to the present day. It explores three main collections: The Bridget Bond Collection relates to the Northern Ireland Civil Rights movement, particularly in Derry. Items of printed material in this collection give audiences a behind- the-scenes perspective into the operations of the Derry and Northern Ireland Civil Rights Associations. The Gerry Lynch Collection relates specially to the Trade Union and Labour movements of Derry. These paper artefacts chart the history of the battle for fair pay and highlight other inequalities in relation to housing and the distribution of wealth. The newly acquired Peter Moloney Collection paints an incredible and holistic visual interpretation of culture and identity across Northern Ireland over the past 50 years. This collection has over 50,000 catalogued items including posters, postcards, journals, badges and T-shirts. Approximately half the collection consists of photographs of murals, political banners, drums and people at demonstrations and marches covering a wide variety of subjects.