Dr Te Taka Keegan: Technology and the use of te reo Māori. Dr Te Taka Keegan is a Lecturer in Computer Science and 'language activist' at the University of Waikato. He wants to ensure that Maori language is used and developed through social media, online networks and through the use of the appropriate technology.
Nga Morehu - The Survivors , by Judith Binney Gillian Chaplin - This book is the life history of eight Maori women. They have all been brought up in small rural communities - communities associated with the Ringatu faith, a distinct Maori religious movement founded in the late nineteenth century by the visionary leader Te Kooti Arikirangi Te Turuki. It is also the first book in which different Maori women speak, in their own words, about the changing community circumstances of their lives.
THE BLACK PACIFIC: Why have the struggles of the African Diaspora so resonated with South Pacific people? How have Maori, Pasifika and Pakeha activists incorporated the ideologies of the African diaspora into their struggle against colonial rule and racism, and their pursuit of social justice?
Maori elder and healer Dr. Rangimarie Turuki Rose Pere explains the formal Maori greeting ritual called Hongi, which reminds participants of their interconnectedness with one another and with the environment.