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The Prime Minister of New Zealand Jacinda Ardern has to Pacific Islanders for an immigration policy in the early 1970s. The policy was as the Dawn Raids. These police with dogs waking up Pacific Islanders in the early hours of the morning to them. Pacific Islanders are from islands in the South Pacific such as Tahiti, Tonga, Samoa and Fiji. Over 65,000 Pacific Islanders to New Zealand for work to fill a shortage of workers. The Dawn Raids on those who allegedly overstayed their visas. Police them and their children in government care homes. Most over-stayers at that time from the UK, South Africa and Australia.

Ms Ardern her government's "sorrow, remorse and regret" over the raids. She part in a traditional Samoan forgiveness ceremony as part of her apology. She was with a large white mat to forgiveness. Ardern said people still from the memories of the raids, and that "they on [today] in the disruption of trust and faith in authorities". She told Islanders: "The treatment of your ancestors wrong." Ardern said Islanders in New Zealand today still " the scars" from the discriminatory policy. A Tongan princess Ardern for apologizing for the "inhumane and unjust" treatment of her people. She said the apology "a new dawn for my community".

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