Kōrero: Ethnic and religious intolerance



A member of the United National Front Nazi Party relaxes with his girlfriend in Christchurch in 1990. His shaved head and high lace-up boots represent the 'skinhead' style, which many white-supremacist groups adopted from the 1980s. Swastika symbols were also a common feature of such groups. The 'skinhead' style had been first adopted by British working-class groups.

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Photograph by Peter James Quinn

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Paul Spoonley, 'Ethnic and religious intolerance - Anti-Semitism and neo-fascism', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, http://www.TeAra.govt.nz/mi/photograph/28191/skinheads (accessed 16 July 2024)

He kōrero nā Paul Spoonley, i tāngia i te 5 May 2011, reviewed & revised 7 Jun 2018