Guests and members of the public look on during a National Remembrance Service at Waitangi Park on March 29th, 2019, in Wellington, New Zealand.
Communities across continents held vigils, protests, moments of silence, and prayer services.
In Twitter responses to a Paris terrorist attack, shared sadness gave way to expressions of solidarity.
In recent months, YouTube has emerged as something of a flourishing option for white supremacist and neo-Nazi videos—spreading ideas cited by the alleged New Zealand mosque gunman.
New research suggests that nationalism can be a psychological coping response.
In June, Jacinda Ardern, the prime minister of New Zealand, became only the second head of state in modern history to give birth while in office.
Lawyer Melissa Goemann says implementing restorative justice practices allowed New Zealand to end the wholesale incarceration of children—and the U.S. should follow suit.
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