NATIVE Minds: Tera He Kanohi Kitekite?

Sat 21 Mar

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68 Main Street, Otaki

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NATIVE Minds is a series of interactive discussions examining how Indigenous thinking shapes our existence and our view of the world. In an informal setting, governed by tikanga, guest speakers from home and abroad offer their life experiences and ideas with eager audiences. The topics are wide and varied yet speak to the hopes and values we all believe in.

Tērā He Kanohi Kitekite? - Anyone Watching? 

Western story cycles in the media are driven by what is considered to be news. The clue is in the name. Anything ‘new’ is given prominence: In prime time, on the front page, or when it is liked, shared and memed around the planet. In an environment of instant mainstream appeal and access, Indigenous stories of existence struggle to be seen. Some, however, are shiny enough to become news. Standing Rock and Ihumātao became issues with widespread coverage and interest – until the interest shifted somewhere ‘new’. The NATIVE Mind seeks a long term relationship with an audience’s mind and heart, not a temporary seduction. 

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