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Sat 20 Mar 2021, 9:00am–4:15pm

Where: Takaka Primary School, 9 Wadsworth Street, Golden Bay, Nelson / Tasman

Restrictions: R15

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Listed by: Jenny Bennett

Are you curious to learn about Te Tiriti | The Treaty of Waitangi?

Would you like a safe space to explore, discuss, learn, and share?


Learn about the history of Te Tiriti, barriers to racial equity, and some impacts of colonisation in Aotearoa.
Explore Tauiwitanga/Pākehā identity and how we can be allies; giving effect to Treaty Partnership as Tangata Tiriti.
The day includes Waiata, Breathwork, Te Tiriti history, Readings, Kōrero, Break out sessions, Shared Kai, Sharing, Laughter, Learning, and more!

Suitable for community members, groups, teachers, healthcare workers, young adults, businesses, and organisations.
Morning tea and refreshments (tea and coffee) provided. Please bring a plate of food (labelled for dietary requirements) for lunchtime shared kai.

What participants say:
"Feeling blessed, fired up, raw and awake... Thank you to everyone who attended this important conversation..."

"With a focus on anti-racism, the dynamic and action-packed day was thoughtfully interwoven with waiata, history readings and up to date peer-reviewed thinking. I am now much clearer on my own understandings of racism and oppression, which, as a school leader will impact how I lead going forward. Thank you for speaking to our hearts and minds."

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