New Zealand’s Black Power perform emotional haka in tribute

One of New Zealand’s most notorious gangs have performed an emotional haka in a powerful tribute to the Christchurch massacre victims. The poignant moment saw around ten members of Black Power, which was first formed in 1970, gather near to the police cordon at Al Noor Mosque in Christchurch to perform the ceremonial dance. The group were surrounded by mourners who had gathered at a flower vigil to pay their respects to the victims of Friday’s terror attack.