Coming to New Zealand and making it home

Bevan Chuang writes about getting away from labelling each other because we look different, act different or speak differently, and seeing people as people and agree to disagree.


November 29, 2016

I’m Samoan, Tongan and Palagi

Carmel Sepuloni writes about constantly dealing with the rhetoric of ’she’s not really Samoan’ and ’she’s not a real Tongan’, and call for all communities and ethnic groups that our kids identify with to be celebrated.


November 25, 2016

Do you have an English name?

Ekant Veer writes about what's really in a name, and why if you have a weird name you shouldn't be afraid to share it with people.


November 17, 2016

"Racism can come in many forms" — Kingi Snelgar

Kingi Snelgar, a Harvard Law School and University of Auckland student, shares his experience of racism Harvard University, his hopes for Aotearoa and why it's important we discuss racism.


November 09, 2016