John Minto is a school teacher and one of New Zealand's most well-known political activists. He is arguably most famous for his protest work aimed at stopping the 1981 Springbok rugby tour of New Zealand, a land-mark in New Zealand's history.
What happens when Maori and Pakeha live or work together? What do they do the same, what do they do differently? How do they resolve their differences? Is the cultural diversity in New Zealand a weakness or a strength?