Diversity

Simran Kaur on being a Sikh in New Zealand | The Outliers

“You don’t belong here. This is not your country. You are a terrorist.” Growing up Simran Kaur, a first generation Sikh New Zealander, watched her family…

NZ music festivals have no excuse for lack of gender diversity

The usual defences of lack of supply or lack of demand for non-male acts don't cut it anymore.

Body Shaming

The human body is a contested space. There are standards and categories and expectations that govern how a body should look and act. In this video,…

Does NZ need to rethink our public holidays?

We love to celebrate our multiculturalism here in Aotearoa, but looking at our holiday calendar, you mightn't think this is the case. Should we do more…

The evolution of the family sitcom

Come with us as we look back at the family sitcom. From nuclear beginnings to the introduction of the dysfunctional family and now more and more…

Code-switching

"I was the only brown guy in my year".

Let's take a look at code-switching - a form of adaptation that occurs when an individual finds themselves…