Islamophobia: A Personal Reflection
Amplifying Muslim Voices: A Reading List
The Unmissables: March

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One week on from the terror attacks in Ōtautahi, Hala Nasr reflects on growing up Muslim in Aotearoa.

I woke up to a surreal realisation. It feels familiar, deep in my bones yet disembodied in the anxious discourse of dismissal, from friends, colleagues, and even people from my community. In Aotearoa New Zealand, we are not exceptional, we are not a utopia far from the world’s problems, we are its...

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Instead of spreading white supremacy, why not read these?

While the whole country is mourning, and we as a nation are having to confront the white supremacy which we let grow in our backyard, we at The Pantograph Punch think it is of the utmost importance to ensure we are continuing to centre the voices of our Muslim brothers and sisters. Following the terrorist attack on the Muslim community in...

Art

A monthly round-up of artworks in Tāmaki Makaurau that we keep returning to. 

Auckland Arts Festival has dawned on the city, offering a delicious spread of ways to spend your time this month. However, if you have no idea where to start and prefer a slightly smaller menu of arts offerings then you’ve come to the right place. This month our review team of art critics Lucinda Bennett, Lana Lopesi and...

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Society
Islamophobia: A Personal Reflection
Society
Amplifying Muslim Voices: A Reading List
Art
The Unmissables: March
Islamophobia: A Personal Reflection
Read Time: 5 mins
One week on from the terror attacks in Ōtautahi, Hala...
Society
Islamophobia: A Personal Reflection
By Hala Nasr
Whose Voice Is It Anyway: A Review of Actressexual
Read Time: 9 mins
Kate Prior reviews Sam Brooks' Actressexual and finds...
Theatre
Whose Voice Is It Anyway: A Review of Actressexual
By Kate Prior
Amplifying Muslim Voices: A Reading List
Read Time: 7 mins
Instead of spreading white supremacy, why not read...
Society
Amplifying Muslim Voices: A Reading List
By Pantograph Punch
Your Brain Can Be a Dick: Disabled Writers and Ableism in Aotearoa
Read Time: 17 mins
Elizabeth Heritage argues for greater accessibility...
Literature
Your Brain Can Be a Dick: Disabled Writers and Ableism in Aotearoa
By Elizabeth Heritage
The Power of Mangy Dogs
Read Time: 9 mins
Tusiata Avia's barnstorming poetry comes to life at...
Theatre
The Power of Mangy Dogs
By Lana Lopesi
Feeding the Starlings: Six Writers on the Value of Creative Communities
Read Time: 14 mins
Rebecca Hawkes, essa may ranapiri, Eleanor Rose King...
Literature
Feeding the Starlings: Six Writers on the Value of Creative Communities
By Pantograph Punch
Who’s Afraid of Experimental Dance?
Read Time: 18 mins
Victoria Wynne-Jones attends Experimental Dance Week...
Art
Who’s Afraid of Experimental Dance?
By Victoria Wynne-Jones
Feminist Futures: A Review of Working On My Night Moves
Read Time: 11 mins
New Volumes critic India Essuah heads into darkness...
Theatre
Feminist Futures: A Review of Working On My Night Moves
By India Essuah