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|c. 11,500 (2001)|
Afro-New Zealander or Afro-Kiwi are New Zealand citizens and residents born in, or with ancestors from Africa. This represents less than 0.2% of the population, although the number grew substantially during the 1990s.
Notable Afro-New Zealanders 
- Walrond, Carl (2009-03-04), "African-born people in New Zealand by country of origin, 1991, 1996 and 2001", Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, New Zealand: Ministry for Culture and Heritage, ISBN 978-0-478-18451-8
- African Youth Health and Well-Being: Participatory Action Research Project. Evolve and Victoria University, 2005.
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