RNZ: Making Sense of The Christchurch Terrorist Attacks

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Creation Date April 3rd, 2019
Updated Date Updated July 3rd, 2019
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The story of White Supremacy
RNZ: Black Sheep
In this special episode of Black Sheep, William Ray looks at the history of white supremacy in NZ.
Public Enemy - Episode 3
RNZ: Public Enemy
How do you trust your community when someone is always watching?
Do migrants feel safe after Christchurch mosque shootings?
RNZ: Voices
In this episode of Voices, we hear how some migrants are feeling in the aftermath of the Christchurch mosque shootings. Produced by Sara Vui-Talitu.
It's Good To Talk
RNZ: Eating Fried Chicken in the Shower
A special bonus episode by James Nokise, Ayyub Bhikoo and clinical psychologist Dr Sarb Johal in response to the Christchurch attacks. Produced by Charlie Bleakley
Åsne Seierstad on the anatomy of white terror
RNZ: Saturday Morning
An act of terror has no place in an argument for or against immigration, says investigative journalist Åsne Seierstad, author of One of Us: The Story of Anders Breivik and the Massacre in Norway. 
Welcoming refugees after the events of 15 March
RNZ: Voices
In this episode of Voices; we find out how refugees are feeling after the Christchurch shootings. Produced by Claire Crofton.
Episode 17 - Raw power in the Internet era
Two Cents' Worth
It took an extraordinary series of events to expose what raw commercial and network monopoly power looks like in the Internet age. And how powerless even our most powerful have become.
Professor Kathleen Belew: Christchurch terrorist driven by classic white power ideologies
RNZ: Sunday Morning
Kathleen Belew, Associate Professor of U.S. History and the College at the University of Chicago, shares her  research on white supremacy.