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BEING PĀKEHĀ: CLAUDIA ORANGE AND ALISON JONES

What does it mean to be Pākehā in 21st-century Aotearoa? What anxieties and opportunities flow from the increased visibility and assertiveness of tangata whenua? How have Treaty settlements, legal challenges and growing use of te reo Māori affected the Pākehā sense of belonging and legitimacy? In conversation with the University of Canterbury’s Jeanette King, two leading Pākehā thinkers, Claudia Orange and Alison Jones, share personal stories and political insights from lives spent working at the intersection between two worlds.

Friday, 27th August
Philip Carter Family Concert Hall, The Piano 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm $20/18 (Service fees apply)
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