Once in a brown moon...
An enlightening journey of self discovery through public ranting
Special thanks to the ND editors for giving me the opportunity to write this article and putting the 50th anniversary of the Auckland Medical School edition together.
If you'd like to read the magazine in its entirety including interviews of lecturers, you can download a copy here: https://webdropoff.auckland.ac.nz/cgi-bin/pickup/d6df76a3fede0d7f6a7e499c407cf595/1002592
Why a brown moon?
Simple, our world is coloured by racial perceptions. My experience of life is inherently coupled to my heritage. So yes, when I stare out into the distant darkness of space, I don't see a white moon. Instead, I see a brown one.