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Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said sorry to the Pacific people in New Zealand.
Police arrested many Pacific peoples in the 1970s.
They went into people's homes early in the mornings.
They woke them up with dogs.
They arrested them.
They wanted them to leave New Zealand.
After World War Two, New Zealand needed workers.
They welcomed people from the Pacific, Europe and USA.
But in the 1970s, there weren't enough jobs.
People said Pacific workers were the problem.
Many workers were in the country too long.
People wanted the Pacific peoples to leave.
The police arrested many of them.
Ardern wants to stop racism.
She apologised to the Pacific people of the country.
She wants them to feel welcome.