A tale of two rallies: the rise of far-right ideologies in Ireland

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Orla Keaveney attended an anti-fascist, socially distanced rally in Dublin’s city centre. Later the same day, she encountered an anti-mask march. Navigating both demonstrations as a visibly queer person were two wildly contrasting experiences, but comparing them both was eye-opening. Read her article in the October issue of GCN here.

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