Te Whānau Mānihera

Sept. 23, 2022, 1:59 p.m.

Horihi and Raiha Mānihera (Hokianga/Te Aupouri, Ngati Kura, Ngati Wai) are reinventing their lives to live the old Māori way. Recently the Mānihera Whānau decided to homeschool their children to decolonize their whakaaro and raise them in a Māori emersed world.

Their aim now is to spark the flame amongst whānau throughout the rohe to return to traditional methods of learning. Kapa Haka is the perfect tool to kickstart that journey.


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