“The so-called humanitarian colonisers who came here in the 19th century did not necessarily hate Maori. Indeed, they sometimes professed to love us and simply wanted to dispossess us in a sensitive and caring way.”Read More
Author: Moana Jackson
“All that has come out of the moko kauae debate is that, as Māori, we’re still having to justify ourselves in order to appease those who think that what is ours should also be theirs.”Read More
“The bliss of freedom enjoyed by those who have power should never mean the right to cause pain to those who are comparatively powerless.”Read More
So once again racism has been in the news. In the last few months, the numerous examples that have...Read More
The recent election had its usual, predictable talk about law and order — and that talk ranged...Read More
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