Fri, 06 Jul 2012 7:00p.m.
Joshua Iosefo is 17, a Samoan, Niuean, New Zealander, and he's a prefect at Auckland’s Mt Roskill Grammar.
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16/05/2013 11:57:15 a.m.
far man, this is a mean as speech. my best friend is white but im brown, makes me feel alot better towards the fact your putting us out there :) thanks.
15/05/2013 10:15:44 a.m.
i loved it/ it was funny and inspiring
can i know how you learnt to deliver a speech like that
11/04/2013 12:52:56 p.m.
Sarah Rutherford wrote:
Change in thought means change in life. Bringing your own flavour into the speech was and is brilliant. Education dosn't mean academic - education means learning to your capabilities to give yourself choices. You are heading for great things Joshua I look forward to following your road.
7/03/2013 8:37:28 p.m.
stella xu wrote:
haha joushua.. roskill ftw... brown brother! <3
16/10/2012 1:38:33 p.m.
bonnie rose albert wrote:
uhm i rekon that yur speech is gangsterd harty yuo inflenced us all harty.xox.
2/10/2012 2:49:37 p.m.
Reena D. wrote:
Very inspiring speech Joshua. You've got a great future ahead with your humility & honesty. Keep God in the centre of your life always and you will do all things through Christ who strengthens you (Phil.4:13).
25/09/2012 10:16:26 a.m.
Diana Low wrote:
Great points. To add to those words -Let's all be respective of everyone else too - brown, ping pong, indians, ching chongs - stop the name callings. Let's WORK TOGETHER! My daughter's best friend is Tongan - we're Malaysians. God bless you Joshua. Keep Him in the centre of your life always.
10/09/2012 11:43:24 a.m.
Emma davidson wrote:
Fantastic speech. Well done Joshua, although I do not know you.... Well done, putting it out there, promoting a thought, planting the seed. I will endeavor to let these seeds grow. I only wish we had more role models like you for our younger people.... And if we do - then please Step Up! BE THE CHANGE
23/08/2012 12:50:48 p.m.
Only part I dislike about this. Is John trying to be cool referring to the poor lad ad his "brown brother"
20/08/2012 7:42:07 p.m.
bro this guy knows his stuff. hes right, no matter what our skin colour is people will judge us for who we are, what we look like, not by our personality
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