I only started studying te reo at Te Ataarangi this year, but I knew straight away that there was something different about it – and not just the fact that we use cuisenaire rods instead of pen and paper, writes Nadine Millar. Shame is one of the biggest barriers many of us face in learning Māori
The arguments for compulsory Māori language classes in schools are compelling, yet some insist it means the sky is falling, writes Don Rowe. Less than eight months out from the first post-Teflon-John election, the Green Party has placed te reo Māori at the centre of their campaign, calling for
Youths across the United States are joining together to prevent their land and people from being harmed. In this particular photo, these four youths are promoting climate justice. Right now, the government, fossil fuel companies, and other agencies are testing chemicals, some that are toxic, right outside their reservations. In turn, their land becomes poisoned and their water sources are contaminated.