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Tina Ngata

Kaituhi Tūtahi | Contributing Writer

Tina Ngata is a Ngati Porou mother of two from the East Coast of Te Ika a Maui. Her work involves advocacy for environmental, Indigenous and human rights. This includes local, national and international initiatives that highlight the role of settler colonialism in issues such as climate change and waste pollution, and promote Indigenous conservation as best practice for a globally sustainable future.

Everything By: Tina Ngata

Society09.12.23

How do we be respectful in our displays of solidarity? Tameem Shaltoni and Tina Ngata share their perspectives on how we can best show up for Indigenous peoples struggling against colonialism worldwide.

Society16.12.20

Dear Stuff

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

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