Nia | Kiri-kiri-roa

Nia Suez | May 2021

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I believe that we as a people have a good understanding of what has happened to us unfairly and under a oppressive way done to us by identifying ourselves as something we are not by someone who is not us, government to farmer, immigrant to school child, we must embrace and reward our true identity as gangsta whenua.
I believe that we as a people have a good understanding of what has happened to us unfairly and under a oppressive way done to us by identifying ourselves as something we are not by someone who is not us, government to farmer, immigrant to school child, we must embrace and reward our true identity as gangsta whenua. Our identity is not one of colony before technology, we are one of Maori as maori in there own right a person a true nature of memories and love from true conciousness with the land and the sea. We are not what they say we are, but who and what our tupuna made for us. Encouraging the maori identity to be one again with our language and our land