Tag Archives: Decolonize

Love for Parihaka

Bear in mind We are still digging you out of our tucked away memories a knowledge glazed over by the brush stroke of civilisation Tupuna deeds from that time of Parihaka Power are actions guiding a story of sassy intelligent … Continue reading

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Women Power – Episode 1 including Marama Davidson

Hosted by Catriona MacLennan – feminist and lawyer. Tania Pouwhare and Sabrina Muck speak at the beginning about where Aotearoa needs to do more work towards equality for women and other gender issues. Marama Davidson speaks from 14:00 about the … Continue reading

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Indigenous rights, Idle No More and down with the patriarchy – Marama Davidson

Speaking at an Auckland rally 05 October 2013.

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Global Day of Action on Indigenous Rights #Oct7Proclaim – Marama Davidson

A message (1:35secs) from Aotearoa to support Idle No More and a day of global action on indigenous rights. #Oct7Proclaim #IdleNoMore

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NZ Herald is shite: Marama Davidson responds to the Bob Jones article

“I am a rape victim waiting to happen according to Bob Jones.” You can read the full blog here.

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More activism needed

Please go to TheDailyBlog here for Marama Davidson’s post on inspiring more activism. “We all have a responsibility to be politically active. There – I said it. But the definition for being political is wide ranging. How people manifest their political … Continue reading

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Maori control over Maori frameworks – Why I advocate strongly for Kaupapa Maori

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

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