Stacey Morrison has spoken out after last week’s tragic events in Christchurch where 50 people lost their lives.
She opens up about her feelings on how New Zealand can come together against hate speech.
"Words don’t hurt, but they incite action," Stace said. "It’s about learning from this."
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"When there is death it must cause us to reflect, to grieve and to make positive change."
Watch above to hear the powerful words Stace had to share.