NATIVE Minds presents Hei Tirohanga Whakamua
August 27 @ 7:00 pm - September 24 @ 9:00 pm
NATIVE Minds is a series of interactive discussions that examine how Indigenous thinking shapes our existence and our view of the world.
NATIVE Minds presents HEI TIROHANGA WHAKAMUA
TUESDAY 27 AUGUST | TĀ MĀREIKURA TITIRO KI TE AO
The amplified communications of social media both enhance and compromise gender awareness. The visible and hidden struggles for equality continue. What are key issues facing Indigenous women in the next year?
Speaker: Aunty Gabe Rikihana,Iriaka Epiha-Ferris
TUESDAY 3 SEPTEMBER | ME EKE A TĀNE KIA 2.0 AI
The patriarchy refuses to evolve. Male bastions of power everywhere face overdue changes to the domineering status quo. What can Indigenous men do to upgrade themselves?
TUESDAY 10 SEPTEMBER | NGĀ TOHUTOHU O TE PŪTAIAO
Climate change, population growth, and the march of technology are changing us faster than we can comprehend. Our species is at risk. How can a Native relationship with our environment protect both it and us?
Speaker: Toi Iti
TUESDAY 17 SEPTEMBER | RANGATIRATANGA TAKETAKE I MURI NEI
Despite the usual frustrations of politics, good things can happen by design or accident. Nations, cities, towns, and iwi need new ways to rule themselves. What are the best tenets of Native governance and leadership?
TUESDAY 24 SEPTEMBER | NGĀ IWI MOANA O TUIA 250
The 250th anniversary of the arrival of James Cook is cause to explore the impact that Pākehā had on the indigenous nations of the pacific. How can our Moana connections best be shaped anew?
Speaker: Dame Anne Salmond
And more speakers to be announced!
NATIVE Minds is a Māoriland Charitable Trust Kaupapa presented by Tainui Stephens.
- Māoriland Charitable Trust