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Chris Gilligan

, viewed the Irish as a ‘race’. These leading figures supported the Irish independence movement, in which they perceived a shared interest in anticolonialism and antiracism tied to a deep antipathy for ‘perfidious Albion’, a desire to overturn a series of racial representations that were deeply gendered and tightly tied to colonial oppression, a hope that Wilsonian idealism and the postwar drive for colonial self-determination might overturn the dominance of white over black or Anglo-Saxon over Celt, and a sense of global dispersion and racial community that made their

in Northern Ireland and the crisis of anti-racism