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William Mordido is a 22-year-old Filipino-Kiwi chef. He challenges his Filipino community when he attempts to modernize their traditional cuisine and turn it into a modern fine dining degustation.
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.
Amanaki Prescott is a Tongan choreographer, dancer and fakaleiti (Tongan transgender). Performing a contemporary dance piece in which she takes on the traditional Tongan female dance moves, Amanaki faces harsh criticism form the all-Tongan audience during the post-performance open forum.
Young fashion designer Lucie Sutichunta’s Thai heritage is reflected in her work. As she prepares for her first professional show, she struggles with her traditional parents’ disapproval of her Kiwi lifestyle.
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.
“Vanishing Coral” presents the personal story of scientists and naturalists who are working with local communities to protect coral reefs that are being destroyed by warming seas, pollution, and destructive fishing practices.
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.