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    Museum linked to group that upholds white supremacy narrative

    Source / The Lion and Tusk Museum By Nelson Tiatia, Te Rito Journalism Cadet.

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    Racism, bullying and discrimination, to a Mātauranga Māori department- Inside Otago's Matariki epiphany

    Otago University has made a Matariki commitment to integrating indigenous knowledge within its curriculum, following a damning report that revealed systemic racism at the institution.

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    Racism decides Gisborne mayoralty- Councillor

    A Gisborne councillor has called into question the mayor's ability to lead the region forward, saying her background makes it hard to understand issues affecting Māori.

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    Police unfairly pursue Māori- Report

    Sir Kim Workman's adopted son used to sit in the back of the car and let his Pākehā friends drive whenever they went anywhere, not because he couldn't drive or didn't want to … but because he'd get pulled over by police whenever he did.

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    Te Pūkenga vocation educator launches- 'a place where you can come and be yourself'

    Reciting karakia and ancient rituals to lift the tapu, Mataia Keepa, Te Pūkenga Pou Tikanga and local kaumātua Tame Pokaia from Ngāti Mahuta ki Taupiri set the tone for the new-age vocational educa

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    Racist who bashed tāne Māori was on bail for attacking retiree

    A man who hurled racial abuse at a Māori man during an unprovoked violent hate crime was on bail for bashing a retired man at a swimming pool, it has been revealed.

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    Pākehā couple that stole Māori identities for race-baiting flyers, fight for name suppression

    A couple who falsely used the identities of two Māori to make it look like it was them delivering a politically charged message are fighting to keep their names secret.

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    'Nut job' Canadian ordered from Bali after desecrating haka atop sacred mountain

    A Canadian self-proclaimed ‘wellness guru’ is set to be deported from Bali after desecrating the ka mate haka, while fully naked on top of one of Indonesia’s most sacred maunga.

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    Hilda Halkyard-Harawira, a woman unafraid to fight for what she believes in

    Hilda Halkyard-Harawira has been involved in mobilising people power movements for many years, unafraid to call out racism and Treaty breaches whenever and wherever she sees them. 

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