Jacinda Ardern, A Call for Tolerance and Rejecting Hate

Title

Jacinda Ardern, A Call for Tolerance and Rejecting Hate

Description

In a speech dated March 15, 2019, Prime Minister of New Zealand Jacinda Ardern speaks of the Christchurch Shooting Massacre. Ardern emphasizes providing thoughts and prayers to those who were impacted, and also offers reassurances to those who choose to immigrate to New Zealand because of its ideals. Ardern emphasizes the power of diversity running through New Zealand, as a place of refuge for those who need it, and one of compassion and support for communities. She concludes by remarking, "You may have chosen us -- but we utterly reject and condemn you."

Creator

Televison

Date

March 15 2019

Source

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Relation

Rights

Government of New Zealand

Publisher

Government of New Zealand

Contributor

Televison

Format

Photograph

Language

English

Type

Speech

Identifier

Jacinda Ardern, New Zealand, Christchurch, Diversity, Tolerance, Pluralism, Anti-Racism

Coverage

New Zealand

Files

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Reference

Televison, Jacinda Ardern, A Call for Tolerance and Rejecting Hate, Government of New Zealand, March 15 2019

Cite As

Televison, “Jacinda Ardern, A Call for Tolerance and Rejecting Hate,” Virtual Museum of Public Service, accessed August 19, 2022, https://vmps.omeka.net/items/show/701.