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Literature03.09.20

And the Warriors Came

A poem about systemic and institutional racism against Māori in Aotearoa by Linda Tuhiwai Smith.

Literature29.09.20

Always Becominging’s debut poetry book plays with profundity and deceit. Van Mei reviews.

Society16.12.20

Dear Stuff

A poem about systemic and institutional racism against Māori in the media by Tina Ngata.

Society23.02.21

Memorial (22 February 2011)

Tusiata Avia writes a poem in remembrance of the Christchurch earthquakes 10 years on.

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