The Outliers | Episode 21 – Julie Zhu | RNZ
Julie Zhu is an inspiring filmmaker who works with primarily minority communities. In 2019 she made the popular ‘Conversations With My Immigrant Parents’ for RNZ.co.nz.
Lilla and Sonny recall safety karakia and whakataukī. Safekids Aotearoa – In 2019, Safekids Aotearoa set out to embrace mātauranga. Along the way we have talked with and listened to kuia and kaumatua such as Lila Te Tai and Sonny Niha. Indigenous knowledge is an underutilised resource, all too often excluded from injury prevention. We believe traditional Māori intelligence (māramatanga) as well as mātauranga (wisdom) provide unique insights and the opportunity to create innovative solutions to overcome the persistent child injury inequities that exist for tamariki in Aotearoa New Zealand.
The word Pākehā – what does it mean to you? Pāhekā or NZ-Euro? Finding identity in Aotearoa
He waiata – good cheer… Ches ‘n’ Dale
Fiery scenes at Parliament as Māori Party walks out, accusing National of racism TV One news
Racism in Aotearoa New Zealand, everyone can make a difference | Meng Foon | TEDxTauranga, Race Relations Commissioner – 3As: Awareness, Affirmation, Action