Hundreds of people are expected to gather in Christchurch's Victoria Square on Saturday afternoon for a march against racism.
The event, Together Against Racism, was inspired by Christchurch mosque shootings on March 15. Fifty-one people lost thier lives when an alleged white supremacist gunned down worshippers as they prayed.
March co-organiser Josephine Varghese says at least 200 people are expected to attend.
"I think close to 1000 people have said they're interested," she told Newshub.
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The event kicks-off at 1pm. Attendees will gather at Victoria Square and march to the Bridge of Remembrance.
"We [need] to fight at every single level - even micro levels, micro-aggressions... or the history of colonisation."
Eight people are expected to speak, including Kiwi-Iranian journalist Donna Miles-Mojab.
"We're trying to get a good representation of the community," said Varghese.
"We as a community have to embrace diversity rather than fear it", said co-organiser Brian Turner.