Whakanuia te Reo Māori

Sept. 20, 2022, 11:32 a.m.

Growing up Rueben Taipari (Te Tarawa) was scared or shy to speak te reo. Over the years the normalization of te reo has allowed our reo to flourish. He pays homage to the kuia that started the Kōhanga Reo movement that has paved the pathways for all the avenues that we have as resources to learn te reo.

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