Samuel Te Kani

Samuel Te Kani (Ngāpuhi) is a part-time generator of erotic science fiction, critical essaying on cinema, opinion pieces ranging from innocuous to blasphemous, and seriously good times (ask anyone). When he's not watching horror movies or stuffing his face with fried chicken, he's writing or waiting tables. He originally hails from Northland but currently resides in Auckland on Karangahape Road.

Ātea
Mar 26, 2019

Who was the racism march really for?

Writer Samuel Te Kani attended Sunday's Love Aotearoa Hate Racism march in central Auckland, and found a confusing mix of love, solidarity, conspiracy theory and violent rhetoric. 

Read on.


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