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Flat White New Zealand

The All Blacks, the All Whites – and how the demand for racism far exceeds supply

26 August 2021

5:00 PM

26 August 2021

5:00 PM

The demand for racism far exceeds supply. How else to explain New Zealand Football’s sudden concern that the nickname of their national team – the All Whites – might be racist? 

The Kiwi’s national soccer body announced this week they would consider changing the team’s moniker so as to be more inclusive.

Alternative names likely to be considered include the All Rainbows, the All Unicorns and the All Sorts.

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