White Sunday is a time to also get with brothers, sisters and even cousins to recite something together. New Zealand hip-hop artist Mareko has released an album named after it.
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Children receive gifts (often new clothing and/or school supplies) on White Sunday and are allowed privileges normally reserved for elders, such as being the first to be served food at family meal time.
On White Sunday, Samoan women and children dress completely in white clothing. In the Samoan language the holiday is called "Lotu Tamaiti," literally "Children's Service" or "Prayer for Children." There are differing opinions in regards to the origin of this holiday.