In the immediate aftermath of the March 2019 Christchurch terrorist attack, former Somalian refugee and policy advisor Guled Mire found himself under the glare of TV lights discussing the deep-rooted problem of racism in Aotearoa. This documentary follows reluctant community leader Mire and his group of friends and supporters, leading up to the one year commemoration service in Hagley Park. Much changes in 2020; the coronavirus pandemic dominates national conversation and Mire is set to study overseas. The societal change Mire and the Kiwi Muslim community desire struggles for attention.
You have given a lot to the young generation and they can see someone that is like them standing up to the Government policies...– Mire's friend Sahra Ahmed reassures him that his voice is making a difference