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05 Dec 2021

Richard's anti-racism message reaches millions

Thurles man's t-shirts are on online hit

Richard's anti-racism message reaches millions

A Thurles man whose range of t-shirts combat racism by turning a well-known bigoted slogan on its head, has become a worldwide social media sensation.

Originally from the Moyne Road in Thurles, Richard O’Gorman started his range of t-shirts about six years ago.

However, about two months ago the t-shirts - featuring the tagline “More Blacks, More Dogs, More Irish” - got spotted by a reporter working for ‘Brixton Buzz’, a popular London website.

Full story in next week's Tipperary Star (p9).

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