My Two Cents on Racism In New Zealand

I was reminded of a great discussion I had with an ex-colleague about 18 months ago after hearing a good friend complain about a racist post their uncle shared on Facebook the day before Waitangi Day.

My ex-colleague is a highly successful software architect responsible for solving some of the most complicated data and application level problems facing our community. He grew up in West Auckland and…

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