GERARD HOWLIN: From Charlottesville to direct provision, racism still persists

In President Donald Trump, they have a surrogate. It is unclear how far they may go, writes Gerard Howlin

White supremacist groups march with tiki torches through the UVA campus in Charlottesville last week. Picture: Mykal McEldowney/AP

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