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  1. Video for Kahungunu student wins national competition with speech on NZ’s divided past, united future
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    Kahungunu student wins national competition with speech on NZ’s divided past, united future

    Jess Jenkins of Ngāti Kahungunu and Pākehā descent has won a nationwide competition using her own identity as a metaphor for the past and future of race relations in New Zealand.

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    Repeat racist attacks on tūpuna maunga Te Ahi-kā-a-Rakataura / Ōwairaka

    Protesters have struck again at Te Ahi-kā-a-Rakataura / Ōwairaka also known as Mt Albert, with a repeat of hate speech graffiti.

  3. Video for Visiting African American students see Confederate battle flag flying at Waiheke
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    Visiting African American students see Confederate battle flag flying at Waiheke

    A man was seen flying the Confederate Battle Flag at Onetangi Beach on Waiheke, Sunday afternoon. Bianca Ranson (Ngāpuhi) who was hosting a group of American students - four of which were African Americans were appalled by the gesture. 

  4. Video for Renae Maihi takes the stand in defamation case
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    Renae Maihi takes the stand in defamation case

    Filmmaker Renae Maihi took the stand today in her own defence, in a case taken against her for defamation by writer Sir Bob Jones.

  5. Video for Rotorua councillor calls out Coronavirus racism
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    Rotorua councillor calls out Coronavirus racism

    Rotorua councillor, Fisher Wang, is calling out racism against Asian people regarding the origins of the Coronavirus. He says public reaction towards the Asian community is very rude and disappointing to see. 

  6. Video for Te Reo Māori champion counters racist ignorance with intelligence
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    Te Reo Māori champion counters racist ignorance with intelligence

    Racist backlash targeting a Māori business in Christchurch which chose to boycott Watties products hasn’t had the affect abusers may have hoped it would

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    Indians have a ‘bloody cheek’ in protesting – VisionNZ

    VisionNZ campaign manager Jevan Goulter, has called out Jacinda Ardern for her recent backtrack over immigration policy, saying that, “Immigrants in our country have more power than citizens.” Goulter added that Indians have a ‘bloody cheek’ to protest about those policies in the first place.

  8. Video for Former journalist feels stabbed in the back by election recount
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    Former journalist feels stabbed in the back by election recount

    A veteran Māori Journalist was reduced to tears after her controversial victory to a local body position has been challenged by the person she beat. 

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    Political statement, social commentary or vandalism?

    The statue of British explorer James Cook in Tūranganui-a-Kiwa has become a catalyst for social commentary after being vandalised with the words "Thief Pakeha" and "This is our land" causing heated discussion, both locally and online.

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    Are govt petitions hosting racism?

    A petition being hosted on a government website urging an 'end to all measures that give special treatment to Māori' is being called out by many Māori at a time when Kiwis are being urged to shun racism and hate speech. 

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