Kōrero on the Intersections of being Māori and Disabled is an associated event of Te Tiriti-Based Futures and Anti-Racism Conference 2022.

When: 6.30pm, Tuesday 22 March
Where: Online - Zoom link will be sent upon registration
Register: To join register from: https://docs.google.com/.../1FAIpQLSeixgm.../viewform

NZSL interpreters will be present. If you have any other access needs, please let the organisers know through the registration form.

In this panel, kaikōrero Māori will share whakaaro on their journeys of being tangata whaikaha.
Colonisation, racism and eugenics are deeply interrelated. Te Ao Māori offers a strengths-based lens on disability, which largely differs from the traditional views of disability in a western world view.
Kaikōrero will reflect on themes including identity, language, and tiriti-based futures from a disability perspective.

Kaikōrero: Kiringāua Cassidy, Cha'Nel Kaa-Luke, Te Wainui Witika-Park, Tania Bissett
Ringa hāpai : Umi Asaka