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  1. Video for New Zealand Wars massacre was real - Nanaia Mahuta
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    New Zealand Wars massacre was real- Nanaia Mahuta

    Hauraki Waikato MP Nanaia Mahuta is dismissing claims made in a controversial new book that denies the 1864 massacre of Māori at Rangiaowhia during the New Zealand Wars.

  2. Selma

    "Selma," as in Alabama, the place where segregation in the South was at its worst, leading to a march that ended in violence, forcing a famous statement by President Lyndon B. Johnson that ultimately led to the signing of the Voting Rights Act.

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    Taumata 3001

    In the future, we will see more clearly the power and character of the Māori generation who came of age after the 1984 Hui Taumata.

  4. Video for New podcast shares 100-year history of Māori radio
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    New podcast shares 100-year history of Māori radio

    Justine Murray is the producer and presenter of Te Ahi Kaa at Radio New Zealand and she has compiled a podcast series, Ngā Taonga Kōrero, exploring the stories and history of Māori radio from the p

  5. Video for Fulbright scholar will study corporate violence against US indigenous people
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    Fulbright scholar will study corporate violence against US indigenous people

    Aikman is the recipient of the Fulbright-Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga Scholar Award to conduct research at Harvard University in the US.

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    $1m crowdfunding campaign to buy historic site in Waikato

    A Waikato hapū has launched a crowdfunding campaign to buy back a piece of land at the site of Pukeiāhua Pā.

  7. Video for Lawyer creates online platform to teach tamariki history of Aotearoa
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    Lawyer creates online platform to teach tamariki history of Aotearoa

    Wai Ako, created by Roimata Smail and her husband Sam, has launched an online learning resource to teach primary students about New Zealand history, as it relates to Te Tiriti.

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    Let hapū write the history to be taught in schools, not the Ministry of Education

    ‘We, the family, know the stories of our ancestor.’

  9. News

    Raukawa wāhine complete 370km journey walking in ancestor’s footsteps

    Their tupuna Māhinaarangi of Ngāti Kahungunu is renowned for having travelled, while heavily pregnant, more than 500 kilometres from her people’s lands in Kahungunu to those of her husband, Tūrongo, at Rangiātea. 

  10. Video for Whanganui band NLC chosen to rerecord Māori 'protest song'
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    Whanganui band NLC chosen to rerecord Māori 'protest song'

    Baz Muir, who heads NLC, was chosen to refresh and rerecord the waiata to be used as part of the Māori Party 2020 election campaign.

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