Wild West festival denigrates Indigenous Peoples

via Wild West festival denigrates Indigenous Peoples

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5 thoughts on “Wild West festival denigrates Indigenous Peoples”

  1. Tēnā koe e Tina, Ko Marie Gibson tāku ingoa. He uri ahau nō Te Whānau a Ruataupare me te Aotāwarirangi. He kairangahau i te Whare Wānanga a Waitaha, i te Rū Rangahau.

    I am assisting on a Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga platform project: Māori Ora: Practices of Sustenance. Part of this project is to invite innovative emerging Māori to participate in a Think Tank Wānanga and we would like to invite you – I have had trouble trying to locate an email adddress to send the information through to you.

    If you could please forward me your email address I can forward the information to you.

    Nāku iti noa, nā,

    Marie Gibson

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  2. Thanks for this, very interesting. I like to hear alternative views, and there is plenty to think about. By the way, I found my way here following on from the UN story. I’m pretty much a classically trained historian but I’m not an idiot lol. Part of me thinks the ‘commemorations’ are just a bit too convenient as they seem to be presented at the moment, and a bit more truth on both sides could be part of the discussions.

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