An activist, an academic and an artist get together to kōrero and unpack what we as Māori and Tauiwi inherit and how we attend to those differences.
An activist, an academic and an artist get together to kōrero and unpack what we as Māori and Tauiwi inherit and how we attend to those differences. How policies, beliefs, losses and privileges inform our capacity to talk about inequality and what it might look like to heal and resist the widening gap.
Facilitated by Basement’s Programming Coordinator Nisha Madhan, this kōrerorero takes a deeper look at the questions raised in Inheritance, a response to the current inequality crisis and present-day colonialism in Aotearoa.
Contributors include Greens Co-leader Marama Davidson (Ngāti Porou, Te Rarawa, Ngāpuhi), academic and author Max Rashbrooke (Ngāti Pākehā), and founder of Atamira Dance Company Jack Gray (Ngati Porou, Ngati Kahungunu, Ngapuhi and Te Rarawa).
This event is koha, and all proceeds raised will go towards providing lunch for the community of Lifewise Merge Café for the following day – Lifewise specialises in rehousing and creating safe space for the street-sleepers of Tāmaki Makarau.
Space is limited and bookings are essential.
- Date: 11 July
- Time: 7:45PM
- Runtime: 60 minutes
- Venue: Studio
- Price: Free
- Accessibility: Please note unfortunately the Basement Studio space is not wheelchair accessible.
- Lock-out: Please arrive 15 minutes before show start time. Latecomers admitted into the theatre at Basement's discretion - no refunds will be given.