"People have been looking at me longer than usual, and I wonder: are they looking at me because they feel sorry for me? Or are they looking at me because they agree with what that man did?"
“Our grief is censored and self-contained as condolences are made on our behalf.”
In 2015 I started reporting from Reclaim Australia rallies. That movement has now reached a tragic culmination in New Zealand.
Sonny Fatu has become an outspoken voice for tolerance and change.
I was targeted by the internet's hate factory and the Police's only response was "just log off".
“On 15 March our history changed forever. Now, our laws will too.”
Still, survivor Aymen Jaballah couldn't believe real gunshots were ringing out around him - until he saw bullet wounds.
The anti-immigrant and right-wing extremist sentiment might sound familiar to you.
"Speak the names of those who were lost, rather than name of the man who took them."
Jacinda Ardern says changes to these gun laws will be announced within 10 days of the mosque shootings.
“For so long we have been told to be quiet, to be invisible, to know our place and apologise for our very existence.”
As the death toll rose to 50, New Zealanders came together at the scene of the tragedy.