Amanda | Auckland

Amanda Taylor | May 2021

My why is my whanau - I continue to try to include maori in my "everyday" as I feel it links me to where I have come from and my tipuna that have gone before me.
My why is my whanau - I continue to try to include maori in my "everyday" as I feel it links me to where I have come from and my tipuna that have gone before me. It is important for me to show my children that we should always embrace everything that makes us who we are, and our language that is uniquely ours. The Māori language movement is not only about us as individuals but who we are as a people, tangata whenua. A wairua that brings our people closer and be more connected.