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  1. Video for Princesses, Episode 5
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    Princesses, Episode 5

    Aboriginal women from Canada speak from the heart about what beauty means to them. Today: Several indigenous women are going after non-indigenous beauty titles and some are succeeding.

  2. Video for Princesses, Episode 4
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    Princesses, Episode 4

    Aboriginal women from Canada speak from the heart about what beauty means to them. Today: Beauty pageants held in Aboriginal communities across the country aren't just about physical looks.

  3. Video for Princesses, Episode 3
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    Princesses, Episode 3

    Aboriginal women from Canada speak from the heart about what beauty means to them. Today: Before colonisation, every tribe or nation had its own sense of ‘fashion’.

  4. Video for Princesses, Episode 2
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    Princesses, Episode 2

    How have indigenous female characters in film and television influenced how we see ourselves today?

  5. Video for Māori Covid-19 community response linked to World Indigenous Day theme
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    Māori Covid-19 community response linked to World Indigenous Day theme

    After last year's remarkable response to Covid-19 where Māori communities collaborated to protect, nurture and lead their people to safety via border controls and food parcels for the vulnerable, A

  6. Video for Indigenous online game launches
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    Indigenous online game launches

    Players learn while having fun on Katuku Island.

  7. 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.

  8. Video for He Maimai Aroha: Haunani-Kay Trask
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    He Maimai Aroha: Haunani-Kay Trask

    Many people in Hawai'i and around the world are mourning native Hawaiian scholar Haunani-Kay Trask, who died over the weekend.

  9. Video for Atamira marks 21 years with the opening of Te Wheke
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    Atamira marks 21 years with the opening of Te Wheke

    Te Wheke is a powerful new full-length dance work from Atamira Dance Company, the inspirational collective that this year commemorates its 21st year as the leading creator and presenter of

  10. Video for Canada to pay compensation after discovery of 215 children's bodies
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    Canada to pay compensation after discovery of 215 children's bodies

    The settlement comes as the Canadian government deals with a national outcry.

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