Tame Iti who was arrested under the terrorism suppression act in 2007 has shared his thoughts on the tragedy in Christchurch.
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Iti to become Massey's 'activist in-residence'
The CARE center (Culture-Centered Approach to Research and Evaluation) situated in the School of Communication at Massey’s Palmerston North campus hosts a different activist in-residence every month. From 18–22 March, Tūhoe elder and Māori activist, Tame Iti, will take up the role.
Online extra: Tame Iti interview
Tame Iti has been the face of many protests in the past, but now he’s hanging up his activist coat to cater to his garden.
Tame Iti: planting the seeds of self-determination
Is Waitangi Day in danger of losing its activist edge? This year’s celebrations were low key, with hardcore protesters visibly absent. Te Kāea spoke to renowned Tuhoe activist, Tame Iti about what activism and the fight for self-determination means to him today.
Peaceful Waitangi celebrations a sign of progress- Tame Iti
A prominent figure regularly associated with protest believes the shift to peaceful celebrations at Waitangi is a sign of progress between Māori and Pākeha.
Surgeon buys Iti painting.
The artist Tame Iti gave a painting to a political fund raiser to support Howie Tamati. The painting sold at auction for $11,900 that was just shy of the highest he's ever received $12,000.
Experts share creative strategies when dealing with racism in NZ
Reformed racist Andrew Judd and Tūhoe activist Tame Iti spoke about their life experiences at a youth gathering in Auckland today. The meeting was organised by Zeal, a non-profit organisation dedicated to helping youth.
Hui Ahurei a Tūhoe- Tame Iti explains role of receiving the wero
Tame Iti is a well-known figure in Tūhoe, one of his roles at the festival is receiving the wero of senior kapa haka groups. However with recent changes, he's now teaching the younger generation this role.
University activists praise Dr Walker for his guidance
During the protest era when Ranginui Walker was at Auckland University. He was a staunch supporter of the activist groups Ngā Tamatoa and the Polynesian Panthers.
Tame Iti collaborates with artist Owen Dippie for Auckland exhibition
Artists Owen Dippie and Tame Iti have worked on projects together in the past, and now the pair have teamed up to collaborate on a series of painting for their upcoming exhibition in Auckland.