Daniela Brown | Link TV
Adopted from a Romanian orphanage at three years old, 27-year-old Daniela Brown prepares for an emotionally traumatic return to a country she knows little of, on a mission to give back to other young orphans like herself.
For Danicelin, an 18-year-old Congolese refugee, life is about to change. The arrival of his estranged brother and sister from the Congo forces Danicelin to reevaluate his desires for freedom when the responsibilities of family become very important.
Alice Khaw has made a big decision: to confront the prejudice of the Chinese community and come out to her extended family. With limited support, Alice struggles to find acceptance and not just for herself but for her family as well.
Soraiya Daud is a feminist Muslim running for Vice President of the Young Labour Party. But can a religious person operate in secular politics and is the Young Labour party as liberal as Soraiya thought it was, are they ready for an ethnic female VP?
Nasalifya “Sali” Namwinga is a Zambian New Zealander and spoken word poet. Struggling with the decision to apply for citizenship and not sure whether she’ll ever be accepted as a New Zealander, Sali gets a group of Kiwi Africans together to perform a poem about their experiences with racism in NZ.
Ericka Huggins, the renowned former Black Panther, political prisoner, human rights activist advocates for "restorative justice" and the role of spiritual practice in sustaining activism and promoting social change.