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Natives Be Woke - Taihoa e hoa


This show shines a spotlight on wahine Māori, and also highlights and acknowledges our indigenous sisters of the pacific. During these 8 episodes, we will highlight the ongoing issues for women and girls within arts and culture spaces, examine the barriers to engaging and discuss the ways we can break down these barriers. Through the use of social media and Vlog we also hope to engage a younger audience in conversations about these issues.

Host: Irene, Vicki & Lou
Produced By: OAR FM Dunedin
Language: English
Category: Society and Culture
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Natives Be Woke - Taihoa e hoa - 02-04-2019 - Episode 5Episode 5 Broadcast on OAR 105.4FM Dunedin 01:00 PM0:56:3Download //
Natives Be Woke - Taihoa e hoa - 05-03-2019 - Episode 4Episode 4 Broadcast on OAR 105.4FM Dunedin 02:36 PM0:56:30Download //
Natives Be Woke - Taihoa e hoa - 15-01-2019 - Episode 3 - Celebrations and RepresentationEpisode 3 - Celebrations and Representation Broadcast on OAR 105.4FM Dunedin 03:07 PM0:55:56Download //
Natives Be Woke - Taihoa e hoa - 04-12-2018 - Episode 2In Episode 2 - Natives Be Woke Aunties meet with wise wahine Pip Laufiso at Kūkū Coffee [Ōtepoti-Dunedin] for a korero [chat] about Parihaka history in Dunedin, New Zealand and recent articles in the media. We celebrate the fine B-side of the single Parihaka [1989] - New Zealand reggae band Herbs with Te Whiti speeches delivered by George Henare. We go on a wokabaoti (walking tour) with museum wahine Vicki! On this outting they visit the Toitū [Otago Settlers Museum] 'Suffrage and Beyond' 2018 exhibition in Dunedin, New Zealand. The Aunties reminisce and discover --- follow the chit-chat as they share about some of their life experiences as NZ wāhine. Then we will toktok [talk] pop-culture, NZ Vodafone Music Awards, and celebrate the legacy of Upper Hutt Posse. Prepare yourself for little info-jewels on our shared NZ-Māori-Pasifika histories and how these relate to the arts. The Aunties wind up with with an [un-practised-please-don't-judge] shout out to the hiphop ladies of the 1990s Sisters Underground -- 'In the Neighbourhood' Broadcast on OAR 105.4FM Dunedin 02:40 PM0:55:19Download //
Natives Be Woke - Taihoa e hoa - 06-11-2018 - Episode 1: Aunties Talk Suffer! ...ageHot Topics: Suffrage in Dunedin, The Suffrage Petition, Taonga/Taoka Puoro (Māori musical instruments), intro to collaboration, Māori & Pasifika women’s roles, colonialism, ancestry, Ahimaru, Beltane and much much more… Feature Artist – Mrs. Paeroa Wineera The Sounds • In the Neighbourhood - Sisters Underground, originally recorded in 1994. Cover performed by Lou, Vicki & Irene • Karakia - The Ohinemutu Cultural Group on Traditional Music of the Māori LP, Viking 1967 • Moe Huri Huri – Mrs Paeroa Wineera on Traditional Music of the Māori LP, Viking 1967 The Visuals • Sisters Communing Exhibition, 15 September—20 October 2018, Hocken Uare Taoka o Hākena • Intersectional Feminism in Dunedin Exhibition & Publication, 14 September—28 September 2018 Gratitude and thanks to OAR FM Dunedin & Suffrage 125 Community Fund!! Broadcast on OAR 105.4FM Dunedin 02:00 PM0:56:30Download //