WGTN event: Pakeha in the Struggle for Tino Rangatiratanga
WGTN event: Pakeha in the Struggle for Tino
Next in Fightback's weekly
'Introduction to Marxism' series, Mondays 6pm at 19 Tory
This topic raises many questions. What is Tino
Rangatiratanga? Why would Pākehā get involved - and why on
earth would Māori allow them to? Come along for a
Presented by Grant Brookes, Fightback.
6pm, Monday 7th April
19 Tory St,
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