RACE AGAINST TIME

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A documentary on the effects of racism in New Zealand. Features interviews with Māori and Pacific Islanders examining New Zealand’s image as a multiracial society, and articulating the need for New Zealand to operate less mono-culturally and more inclusively. Members of the Taupō Work Co-op speak about not having qualifications, how it effects their lives, their aspirations in life if things were different for them. Not having coped with today’s education system, unable to relate to things Māori because of not being taught by their elders. For many of these young people living in the cities, life is tough. Not identifying as part of the Pākehā or Māori worlds leaves many young Māori floating or simply lost in a society from which they feel alienated. Interviewed: Reitu Cassidy-Robson Q.S.M. Secondary School Teacher. Hone Ngata: Māori Rights Campaigner, Gisborne. Maxine Ngata: Māori Rights Campaigner, Gisborne. Susan Uta’i: Community Worker. Dame Whina Cooper D.B.E. 1st President Māori Women’s Welfare League. Canon Hone Kaa. Mary Taylor: Detached Youth Worker. Betty Wark: House Mother, Arohanui. Ken Mason: District Court Judge. Rev Dr. Maru Check. Hamuli Kalif: Policeman. Hon. Matiu Rata: President, Mana Motuhake. Venise Tuai: University Student. Fuimaono N. Tuisau: Legal Researcher. Poumau Papali’i: Samoan Activist. Atareta Poaananga: Former Diplomat. Hilda Halkyard: Secondary School Teacher. Will Ilolahia: Music Promoter, Former Polynesian Panther. Ani Tia: Chairperson, Māori Community Centre.


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