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Scoop Full Coverage: Multicultural Aotearoa March

Scoop Full Coverage: Multicultural Aotearoa March

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Multicultural Aotearoa In Wellington

Fairies Against Fascism Vs National Front

Thousands Of Wellingtonians March Against Racism - When first-generation Chinese New Zealander Tze Ming Mok talked to a National Front member outside the Chinese Embassy in June, she was called a "peasant" and to return to her "third-world country". When she asked why he refused to look at her, he said the sight of her face was disgusting and ugly. See... A Backgrounder On Today's Anti-Racism March
- Tze Ming Mok - Multicultural Aotearoa Says 3000+ Marched
- Pansy Wong - We are all New Zealanders
- Keith Ng - Images: National Front's Bad Day In Wellington
- Scoop - Video: The Scary Fairies And The National Front
- Scoop Images: Multicultural Aotearoa In Wellington
- Images: Fairies Against Fascism Vs National Front

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