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Scoop Images: Anti Racism Demo. At Parliament

Images of yesterday's anti-racism demonstration at Parliament, called in response to the desecration of two Wellington Jewish cemeteries earlier this year. Images by Alastair Thompson.


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A wide view of the crowd around the statue of former PM Richard Seddon (himself not well known for his racial tolerance).


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Wellington Mayor Kerry Prendergast and several MPs and Parliamentary staff were among the attendees.


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Rainbow Labour flags and flagbearers.


Dunedin Mayor Sukhi Turner


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Mrs Turner with Beehive in the background.


Wellington College Principal Roger Moses


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Some Wellington College students accompanied their school's Principal.


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