Migrants and Māori are often pitted against each other in Aotearoa. But the March 15th terrorist attacks at two Christchurch mosques showed the power of aroha and manaakitanga (showing respect, generosity and care for those outside your community).
This episode is about Aroha | Love and its ability to bring communities together after hate. We talk to mosque attack survivor Nadeem Khan, Muslim New Zealander of the Year Asim Mukhtar and artist and activist Julie Zhu about how migrant and Māori communities have come together to stand against racism.
This podcast was produced by Kayne Ngātokowha Peters and Anna Harcourt and edited by Richard Wills.
Watch the short documentary from 'Aroha | Love' here.
Made with support from NZ on Air.