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Towards a Grammar of Race In Aotearoa New Zealand
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Introduction: Understanding the grammar of race in Aotearoa New Zealand (Anisha Sankar, Lana Lopesi and Arcia Tecun)
A stock take of race discourse in New Zealand (Anish Sankar, Lana Lopesi and Arcia Tecun)
Hidden Beneath Tiriti Justice (Garrick Cooper)
Tenants in our own land? Racism, settler colonialism, and Maori home ownership (Pounamu Jade Aikman)
The intimacies of four continents - and sea of islands (Anisha Sankar)
Knew World Undercurrents (Arcia Tecun)
The Gathering of Disparate Things: An interview with Dr. Simon Barber (Simon Barber)
'Race is colonialism speaking': Some notes on colonialism's imagination (Faisal Al-Asaad)
Whiteness, blackness, and somewhere in between: Maori and the whakapapa of race (Morgan Godfery)
Black Asian, White Asian: Racial histories and East Asian choices in the white settler state (Tze Ming Mok)
The limits of Pakeha Treaty work - Why race matters to anti-racism (Mahdis Azarmandi)
My Husband's Samoan, So Talofa: The Erasive Racial Politics of Judith Collins (Patrick S. Thomsen)
Irrecon-tweet-able Differences: The digital rub of racial grammars and ethnic fragility (Lana Lopesi)
To Speak of Liberation in a Black Oceania (Nathan Rew)
Anti-blackness and 'White unseen': Exploring the use of the N-word in New Zealand (Adele Norris and Guled Mire)
The Future is Change: Reflections on the Black Lives Matter march in Te Whanganui-a-Tara (Beth Teklezgi, Selome Teklezgi, Vera Seyra and Kassie Hartendorp)

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