Antiracism and activism videos, articles, and links from around the web

Dive into some recent online articles and opinion pieces.

New Zealand articles, context and websites

He Puapua: The Indigenous peoples report that caused a NZ political ruckus (6 Jan 2022, The Spinoff)

Three things you didn’t know about the 1981 Springboks tour (28 Dec 2021, The Spinoff)

(13 Apr 2021, Pantograph Punch)

Rhymes of the ancient murderer: How a racist killer became an NCEA question (15 Dec 2020, The Spinoff)

Anti-Chinese racism poster competition winners join Te Papa Museum collection (30 Oct 2020, Stuff)

It’s 2020. How does a restaurant with the tagline ‘love u long time’ still exist? (7 Oct 2020, The Spinoff)

Mourning Pattern of the Chinese Gooseberry (7 Sep 2020, The Pantograph Punch)

Tearing down statues – and revisiting our histories (17 Jun 2020 RNZ)

The tailwind of privilege (1 Jun 2020, The Spinoff)

In pictures: The Black Lives Matter solidarity march, Auckland (2 Jun 2020, The Spinoff)

The whakapapa of police violence (4 Jun 2020, The Spinoff)

History of the New Zealand Police (Te Ara The Encyclopedia of New Zealand)

A hybrid reo? (5 Jun 2020, University of Canterbury's Aotahi: School of Māori and Indigenous Studies)

E-Tangata online magazine specialising in Māori or Pacific stories in Aotearoa.

What other museums are saying

Being antiracist (National Museum of African American History and Culture, USA)

Indigenous Voices of Creative Assertion and Resistance (NGV, Australia)


Protest Tautohetohe: Objects of Resistance, Persistence and Defiance

Women Now: The Legacy of Female Suffrage

Ask That Mountain: The Story of Parihaka


Untold Pacific History - Episode 1: Waking Up to the Dawn Raids (Aotearoa) (The

Dawn Raids (2005, NZ On Screen)