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Cartoons: Refugees, Flags and What I Stand For

Cartoons: Refugees, Flags and What I Stand For

Images by Lyndon Hood

Cartoon: Syrian
refugees in Europe, the New Zealand refugee quota and the
Silver Fern NZ alternative flag option
Click for big version.

Cartoon: Syrian
refugees in Europe, the New Zealand refugee quota, and the
Koru NZ alternative flag option
Click for big version.

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Both these are in response to a number of local and international cartoons of the current refugee crisis (and how New Zealand's response sits with the supposed self-examination of the flag debate). But they were prompted specifically by @ksuyin's question:


If a flag is supposed to represent our nation, let's make the nation something we're proud of.

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Recommended (and more positive) book: Shaun Tan: The Arrival

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