July 29, 2019, 2:56 p.m.
Ashlee Peacock was invited to America to speak to indigenous people on a Rangatahi perspective on kaupapa such as Global Warming
Ashlee Peacock of UNESCO Aotearoa Youth Leaders talks to us about her mahi with this kaupapa and how tīkanga Māori could help 2 months, 3 weeks
Haami Piripi is enthusiastic about the ever growing relationship between Māori and Pākeha, thus hopeful for a great outcome 2 weeks, 5 days
Kathleen O'Hare of Te Patu Koraha shares the story of a long battle to reduce the speed limit in Kareponia 2 weeks, 4 days
Heeni Hoterene is sharing the knowledge of the Maramataka Māori and normalising it's everyday use for all 2 weeks, 4 days
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