“You can’t be what you can’t see… we need to see more brown-skinned faces in books.” Choice korero from Paula Morris & Anita Heiss – Author – same goes 4 authors names ON books. Dam Native showed me that as a Māori, I could rap. Patricia Grace showd me I could write stories. Do the things. #NZWritersForum

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Shoebox Christmas Shoebox Christmas exists to make sure every Kiwi kid gets the choice christmas they deserve. We work with low decile schools and ensure every kid at those schools gets a Christmas present. We don’t select particular kids from these schools, we’re not into pointing fingers or doing something that…

Kia ora team, The last round of Wellington Shoebox Christmas sign ups are open! This is for people who can’t make it to a school to drop off directly. If you’re signing up now, you will be making contact with a volunteer Sunday Sled driver instead – the Sunday Sled driver will pick up from […]

WELLINGTON SHOEBOX CHRISTMAS Because every kiwi kid deserves a choice Christmas.

Round One of Wellington Shoebox Christmas sign-ups are open! This round is for people who CAN drop their gift off at a local school (you’ll choose the suburb) during school hours. There will be a second round in two weeks for people who can’t 🙂 Click the sign-up button on the front page, or check […]

Toby ‪This little beauty is being sent off to every year 7 and 8 class in NZ this week- standalone School Journal telling the history and impact of Te Tiriti as a mini graphic novel. Was a massive project with a big team- really proud to have been part of it, thanks everyone at Lift (cheers Simon Waterfield!). And you should be able to download a PDF of it here: https://ift.tt/2M2nMvl

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Insight: Should te reo Māori be compulsory in school? RNZs Maori News Correspondent Leigh-Marama Mclachlan asks, could compulsory te reo Māori in schools reduce racism?

Huhana, Danielle and I added our thoughts to those of a bunch of smart folks on Te Reo Māori and our young history being taught as compulsory subjects in our schools. H went off on a bit of a tangent, but she gets like that in interviews sometimes. Kia ora RNZ https://ift.tt/2LufUmW from Pera Barrett […]