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Reflecting on Being Indigenous – Peoples Born of and With Our Lands! In Solidarity!

Speech delivered by Dr Mera Penehira on May 1st 2015 “Stop the forced closure of Aboriginal communities” rally held in Tamaki Makaurau (Auckland).  … And so we continue to fight for our land, our sea, our rivers, and our birds … Continue reading

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Womenpower – final episode with Marama Davidson

Hosted by Catriona MacLennan – feminist and lawyer. In this final episode of “Womenpower “Marama Davidson talks about what is needed to improve the situation for women @20:37.

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Why should Māori support a free and independent West Papua?

On 01 December Māori and Pacific women claimed busy intersections on Auckland’s Queen Street to stand shoulder to shoulder in a circle and raise our fists. In this stance we encircled the Morning Star flag as our brown sisterhood salute … 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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Māori women’s voices in politics – protecting our environment and our people

“Today I am a Māori woman carving out a space to reflect on our unique relationship with Papatūānuku and our roles as kaitiaki and defenders of our lands, seas and people. This discussion throws a light on how the voices … Continue reading

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