A National party press release-
This year’s Race Relations Day gives all New Zealanders the chance to contribute to positive race relations and human rights, Ethnic Communities Minister Peseta Sam Lotu-liga says.
The theme this year is Big Change Starts Small. “We can all do our part, no matter how small, to ensure that New Zealanders of every ethnic background are treated with respect,” Mr Lotu-liga says.
“New Zealand is one of the most ethnically diverse nations and we have come a long way in creating positive race relations. We still have some way to go but change can start with the smallest gesture.”
Race Relations Day is New Zealand’s equivalent of the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, held each year on 21 March.
Just one thing Sam- You never asked me if I wanted change, big or small, and I don’t really. I was quite happy with things the way they were.
Only one other thing to say really to this divisive PC garbage you’re forcing upon us, and best said graphically. Boot the day and boot the Minister and boot the Ministry.