These are the young boys in Belfast who in 1983 walked me through the Catholic neighborhoods to photograph the many murals in solidarity with the hunger strikers in Long Kesh prison. They were my first encounter with stone pelters because every time a caravan of British armored vehicles passed by they would pelt them with rocks. When I left the boys I asked if they would like me to send them the photos. One of them answered, “No need to do that. Just tell the world what is happening here.”