Transcripts from an incredible line up of speakers and leaders discussing topics including institutional racism and anti-racism, decolonisation, building Te Tiriti-based futures and transforming our constitution.

MARCH 19

Revisiting Māori Sovereignty

Kia ora, How far has Aotearoa NZ advanced since 1984

Ka whai whai tonu matau, mobilising for racial justice

Free trade, racism and Te Tiriti

Constitutional transformation and the work of Matike Mai Aotearoa

MARCH 20

Challenging institutional racism

Disrupting education, a whānau perspective

Lifting the veil of silence on racism within criminal justice

Representation, racism, power and mass communication

The dark psychology of dehumanisation and Islamophobia

The role of the union in anti-racism

MARCH 21

Indigeneity in tertiary education

Ki te ao marama

Racism in the health sector in Aotearoa

MARCH 22

Decolonising knowledge

Government sanctioned racism – the impact and legacy of the dawn raids

Perspectives on power, change and the State for Chinese in Aotearoa

MARCH 23

Indigenous children in State custody

Two perspectives on the essentials of a national anti-racism plan

Using United Nations human rights systems to disrupt racism

MARCH 24

An indigenous perspective on modernity and decolonized futures

Occupation at Ahipara

Racism and the neoliberal academy

MARCH 25

Art and Activism

The Story of the Women’s Anti-Racism Action Group (Warag) 1872-1985

MARCH 26

Critical analysis, a mechanism for monitoring the crown

Te Tiriti o Waitangi (the English version)

Te Tiriti o Waitangi and governance

The principles of the Treaty debates and legacies

The struggle for Maori wards in local government

Reflections on 500 years of invasion, occupation and resistance in America

MARCH 27

A coversation with Professor Linda Tuhiwai Smith

Championing native children from Canada

Interventions to mitigate, undo or resist structural racism

Manufactured Disorder

Nurturing wairua, anchoring activism in place