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A WRITING WHAKAPAPA –HE TUHI TAKATĀPUI

New movements in rangatahi writing are tremendously exciting, embodying multiple worlds, bold activism, queer perspectives and gender fluidity. Yet such ideas are not new to Māori writing. No matter what our most urgent concerns in the present moment, as Māori our past leads us into our future. Here we gather four groundbreaking writers from different generations to consider the whakapapa of their writing and how it intersects with takatāpui identities, activism and diversity within te ao Māori. Hinemoana Baker leads the discussion with Renée, essa may ranapiri, and Ruby Mae Hinepunui Solly.

Onāianei series curated by Tina Makereti.

Supported by Te Puni Kōkiri.

E whakaihiihi pai ana ētahi oreorenga hou i ngā tuhituhi rangatahi, ā, kapi ana i ēnei ko ngā ao tini, ko te whakatūtū māia, ko ngā tirohanga irakē, ā, ko te iratere anō. Heoi anō rā, ehara i te mea he mea hou ēnei ki te tuhituhi Māori. Ahakoa he aha te kaupapa nui kei te aroaro i tēnei wā tonu, mā te nanahi o te Māori tōna āpōpō e tohu. Ka whakahuihuingia i konei ētahi kaitito para huarahi tokowhā nō ētahi tini whakareanga ki te korero mō te whakapapa o ā rātou tuhituhi, ā, me te āhua e whai pānga ana ēnei ki ngā tuakiri, ki te whakatūtūtanga, ki te kanorautanga anō o te takatāpui i roto tonu i te ao Māori. Ka riro mā Hinemoana Baker e taki tētahi korero me Renée, me essa may ranapiri, me Ruby Mae Hinepunui Solly anō.

He mea rauhī te rārangi kaupapa Onāianei nā Tina Makereti.

He mea tautoko nā Te Puni Kōkiri.

Sat, 16 May 2020

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