- What Mother’s Day?
- Trans Pacific Partnership – what do free trade deals mean for our accountabilities to our people and our environmment
- More activism needed
- Maori control over Maori frameworks – Why I advocate strongly for Kaupapa Maori
- Citizen A Television – Cronyism, Marriage Equality and government GCSB spying
Author Archives: Te Wharepora Hou
“On any given day my political achievements could amount to finding the energy and the means just to feed my little buggers. So I take my hat off to any mother of dependent children who can find the physical, intellectual … Continue reading
Trans Pacific Partnership – what do free trade deals mean for our accountabilities to our people and our environmment
The Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) free trade deal has huge implications for Aotearoa. Metiria Turei, Wayne Mapp and Marama Davidson of Te Wharepora Hou discuss some of the issues that need to be considered in these policies. TV3′s episode of … Continue reading
Was asked recently why I advocate so strongly for Kaupapa Maori and for Maori control over Maori frameworks. The question has also been asked recently by a Pakeha academic around who gets to determine the boundaries for kaupapa Maori? It’s … Continue reading
Marama Davidson, Martyn Bradbury and Julie Fairey speak to: .the appointments of Commissioners to the Human Rights Commission .Marriage Equality .Government Communications Security Bureau (GCSB) seeking to extend it’s powers of spying You an watch the 27 minute clip here.
Please go to the link below for my blog on the Race Relations Commissioner Susan Devoy failing to do her job in speaking out against the racism that visiting Dane MP incited with her racist comments towards Maori culture. You … Continue reading
No te parau tia, no te parau mau, no te tiamaraa, e tu, e tu – For justice, for truth and for independence, wake up, stand up ! Nuclear Free and Independent Pacific Day (‘Bikini’ Day), 1 March, marks the … Continue reading
Marama Davidson joins a Native Affairs panel with John Tamihere and Martyn Bradbury to debate the appointment of Susan Devoy to the role of Race Relations Commissioner. You can view the Native Affairs video clip of the panel discussion here:
“Ideas this week talks to Marama Davidson, David Geary and Clayton Thomas-Muller about the Idle No More movement which deals with the rights and identity of First Nations people, starting in Canada with a predominantly female lead.” Cree activist Clayton … Continue reading
Please go to the link below for my post on Judith Collins calling Annette Sykes ‘a stupid person’ over the appointment of Susan Devoy to Race Relations Commissioner. Reblogged courtesy of TheDailyBlog. You can read the blog here.