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Māori back Native Americans with Facebook haka | Radio New Zealand News


Māori back Native Americans with Facebook haka | Radio New Zealand News: "When one group of relations is being hurt, [abused], being bullied, being ripped off, we all feel that, especially us as Māori, we are very much a leader to the indigenous people - they look up to us as those that have a treaty with the coloniser, and are able to stand to stop that sort of stuff happening to us."

He said it's been beautiful to see people from Aotearoa joining the page and posting up the videos. He only came up with a tune for the haka and has left the actions up to the individual.

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