WATCH: Anti-racism march makes its way through Cork city

Anti-racism campaigners organised a march in the city yesterday ahead of World Anti-Racism Day.

A previous anti-racism demonstration on Cork's Patrick Street. Picture: Larry Cummins

Demonstrators gathered on Daunt Square at 2pm before making their way down Patrick Street.

Groups involved included The Traveller Visibility Group, The Islamic Centre, West Cork Travellers Group, Cork Traveller Women's Network, Anti-Deportation Ireland, Cork Says No To Racism and the North Cork Travellers Organisation.

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