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As a refugee from Sierra Leone, 19-year-old feminist Fatumata Bah analyses her cultural and religious identity as she debates whether to take up the hijab and how it feels to be a young Muslim woman in NZ.
Rez Ricardo, a Kurdish law student who came to NZ as a refugee, is rallying together the Kurdish youth to organize a festival to celebrate their heritage. Though with some lack of enthusiasm, the festival is threatening to be a disaster.
Rwandan Raiza Biza is exploding onto the NZ hip-hop scene this year. In an attempt to explore his Rwandan heritage in his music, he approaches his father about their family’s history but will opening up and sharing the traumas of their past prove too much for his dad?
Fijian Indian, Kartik Swarmi overcame a life threatening heart condition to be come a professional wrestler, but if he wants to achieve his next goal of fighting for the WWE he needs to increase his fan base. Will his Fijian-Indian community get behind him?
Talented Chinese brush artist Wei Lun Ha wants to turn his passion into a career, but his parents are not convinced being a professional artist is a credible profession. Things become more difficult as Wei begins to express his social convictions through his artwork.
Nimrod is left alone in the house after his family has returned to their routine. Haim visits him and tries to make him talk about the time he spent as a prisoner of war, and reveals some details he hasn’t told him yet.