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Links 1 through 10 of 58 by Peter Cresswell tagged Racism

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America’s National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) has been crying “racist!” about the disparate elements that make up the Tea Party movement. Guest poster Gen LaGreca reckon...

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I read that John Key told concerned National Party members over the weekend     “it is important for us to reaffirm to our membership ... what we're doing and what our core fundament...

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Explicit references to Te Tweety in the draft education curriculum have gone, reports the Herald [Hat tip Elliot]. The Treaty was one of nine guiding principles in the previous curriculum adopted in 1993, which explained that the Treaty recognised "the un

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More in sadness than joy, I have to report that Tim Wikiriwhi, the tireless Libertarianz spokesman to deregulate Maori Affairs, has resigned his post and resigned the party. His resignation disappoints me greatly; the reason is the different estimate that

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The Maori Party is calling for limits on immigration from Western countries, accusing the Government of trying to stop the "browning of New Zealand". [Stuff, NZ] A call as absurd as it is racist.

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Are we all special? I ask because John Boy Key was saying yesterday at Ratana marae both that Maori are "special," and at the same time that Don Brash's "message" that everyone should be equal before the law "won't be changing," so either we're all specia

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What should we remember on Martin Luther King Day? In his "I Have a Dream" speech Dr. King said: "I have a dream that my four children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their chara

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