Groups and media
These two topics might seem unrelated, but many groups have very helpful websites and social media. Using these an other news platforms, try to read and watch journalism by Māori and Pasifika communities, not just about them. If you can't find a group on the list below, make your own!
News and media
Building a stronger Māori and Pacific presence in New Zealand media. Brilliant essays, interviews and other kōrero.
The Spinoff is a New Zealand online magazine covering politics, pop culture and social issues. Their Ātea section focuses on te ao Māori.
Media focusing on young people in Aotearoa with great content on te ao Māori, racism and decolonisation, especially the series Rediscovering Aotearoa.
Wesbites and blogs
Supports the development of a multicultural, Treaty-based society. Provides access to many amazing resources and educational content.
A great blog from Tina Ngata, author of Kia Mau: Dismantling Frameworks of Domination, Rematriating Ways of Being.
Resources from the Treaty and anti-racism movements, events and actions from the 1960s to today.