Sat, 16 Jun 2012 7:57a.m.
Members of the Pacific community are to protest today regarding housing, employment, education and other issues.
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18/06/2012 5:38:04 p.m.
Talaifo Lemalu wrote:
I support our pacific peoples stand for equal rights and fairer & better opportunities of working & living standards.
17/06/2012 11:21:33 a.m.
The Pasifika people boosted the growth of New Zealand from the 60s onwards and that what kept New Zealand on its feet in return for housing and good education and healthcare, now its time to put those claims forward without marching down the street for what was already yours, claim your rights Pasifika and bond by those terms and conditions..
16/06/2012 9:59:23 p.m.
4:50min He talks about the level of thinking in government... Its not just a level of thinking in government but a level of thinking with alot of Kiwis! I went through hell growing up in a west auckland schools, Im maori but am white and I would get bashed all the time from these mongrels. Always UNPROVOKED! I dont support your march. Sorry
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