After Paul Henry - Rally against racism at Auckland University

The recent Paul Henry case has ignited a huge debate in New Zealand about race and what a real Kiwi is in the 21st Century. Unite on Campus hosts speakers from the many different communities that make up modern Aotearoa, asking the question: “After Paul Henry, how do we fight racism in New Zealand?”

John Minto, Global Peace and Justice Auckland
Mohsen al Attar, Lecturer in International Law, Auckland University and opponent of Islamphobia
Syd Keepa, NDU and Convenor of the CTU Runanga ( Maori workers affiliated to the Council of Trade Unions)
Lei Jin, Chinese Workers Association and Unite Union
Nicola Owen, anti racist activist and Socialist Aotearoa

Also representatives from the NZ Indian community, NZ Muslim community and others.


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