MORE LEARNING AND INSPIRATION

The Tauiwi Tautoko course draws on heaps of rich materials, but we couldn't fit everything in! These additional resources can inspire and guide us in different ways. We encourage you to engage with them.

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BEFRIENDING RADICAL DISAGREEMENT

On Being with Krista Tippett

We’d heard Derek Black, the former white-power heir apparent, interviewed before about his past, but never about the college friendships that changed him. After Derek’s ideology was outed at the New College of Florida, Matthew Stevenson (one of the only Orthodox Jews on campus) invited him to Shabbat dinner. What happened next is a roadmap for navigating some of the hardest and most important territory of our time.

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COMMON CAUSE HANDBOOK

Common Cause Australia

Want to understand why values and frames matter and how to use them to create a better world? It's all explained in the clear, concise and digestible guide to values and frames for campaigners, community organisers, civil servants, fundraisers, educators, social entrepreneurs, activists, funders, politicians, and everyone in between.

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HOW DO WE HONOUR TE TIRITI IN THE NOW

ActionStation Presents: Real Talk Webinar Series

Do you keep hearing people talk about Te Tiriti o Waitangi, but don’t really know what it means? Have you noticed Māori pushing for change and want to know more? We could all benefit from more real talk about what honouring Te Tiriti o Waitangi looks like in 2021 and beyond. Featuring Dr Keri Lawson Te-Aho, Dr Veronica Tawhai, John-James Carberry, and Kahu Kutia, and facilitated by ActionStation Director, Kassie Hartendorp.

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LISTENING AS A MARTIAL ART

Victoria University of Wellington

Dr Emily Beausoleil sees listening as a martial art. When used in online interventions, it can create positive change.

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PASSING THE MESSAGE STICK

Dr Jackie Huggins, Larissa Baldwin, Karrina Nolan

When our narratives centre on our strength and capability, we can build majority support for self-determination and justice. This practical guide draws on two years of research and shows how we can change the story to win transformative change.

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TAUIWI TAUTOKO COFOUNDERS INTERVIEW

TVNZ 1 Breakfast

It’s easy to get angry at offensive and hateful comments on Facebook. One organisation is doing something to combat that, training volunteers to monitor comments and diffuse racism.

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THE POWER OF LISTENING IN THE FACE OF STRUCTURAL INJUSTICE

Royal Society Te Apārangi

The research grounding the Tauiwi Tautoko approach was awarded the 2021 Early Career Research Excellence Award for Social Sciences

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TREATY WORKSHOPS

Treaty Action Collective

Deepening understandings of the Treaty of Waitangi
in Pōneke Wellington. Explore the history and context of Te Tiriti o Waitangi and its place in Aotearoa at a community workshop.

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BEYOND WHITE GUILT: TURN IT INTO ACTION

New Zealand Herald

Pākehā New Zealanders need to take their colonial guilt and turn it into action, say subjects in the online video series Beyond White Guilt. A range of Pākehā share their experiences and insights in the seven-part series. Their message is that there will be no easy absolution from the behaviour of Pākehā in the past.

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GROUNDWORK RESOURCES

Jen Margaret & Groundwork

Groundwork works alongside organisations wishing to improve their understanding and application of Te Tiriti o Waitangi.

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HOW TO TALK TO YOUR RACIST UNCLE

Gaayathri Nair & Lenny Zook

A zine about holding conversations about racism with people in your life.

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LOVE THY TROLLS

Julia Craig, Pantograph Punch

What Pākehā can do about online racism. As the first few cases of COVID-19 in Aotearoa were being reported, the racist comments followed as if on cue. Anti-Chinese sentiment in Aotearoa has been held up by anti-Chinese legislation since the first waves of migration in the 1860s. The abuse towards Chinese people and subsequently our Asian communities at large that ensued as Covid-19 developed was sadly, pretty predictable.

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SUPERCHARGE YOUR TAUIWITANGA

ActionStation Presents: Real Talk Webinar Series

Incredible Māori speakers urged Tangata Tiriti (non-Māori who are here by virtue of Te Tiriti o Waitangi) to lean on and learn from other Tangata Tiriti role models who highlight different pathways to being in right relation to Te Tiriti, answer your burning questions and offer actions you can take in your own journey.

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TAUIWI TAUTOKO RESEARCH FINDINGS

Dr Emily Beausoleil

About the analysis that was done on The Tauiwi Tautoko project and sharing insights from that work.

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THOUGHTFUL KEYBOARD WARRIORS SOUGHT FOR NOVEL WAY OF TACKLING RACISM

Amy Ridout, Stuff

How Tauiwi Tautoko trains and supports people to – gently – challenge racism online and offline, and engage with opposing views in a way that’s empathetic and thoughtful.

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WHITE FRAGILITY IN AOTEAROA

Community Research presents Robin DiAngelo

Internationally renowned speaker Robin DiAngelo, bringing her anti-racism expertise to NZ. Robin coined the term “White Fragility” to describe the defensiveness that even the most well-meaning white people exhibit when their ideas about race and racism are challenged, and wrote a best-selling book by the same name.

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CALLING IN TO CUT BACK

Ethnicities Journal

Academic paper about Tauiwi Tautoko providing an important snapshot of the approach.

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HE PUAPUA SECURING RANGATIRATANGA

Te Kuaka podcast

Since its release He Puapua has been hitting headlines across the motu. He Puapua is a report which considers how our laws and policies in Aotearoa New Zealand can be adapted to become consistent with the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP). In this episode Dr. Claire Charters, Prof. Jacinta Ruru, who are both co-writers of He Puapua, and Max Harris share their whakaaro about the report, what it is, where it has come from, and importantly, what it isn't.

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LAND OF THE LONG WHITE CLOUD

Radio New Zealand

A seven-part documentary web-series that tells the stories of New Zealanders who are reflecting on their colonial heritage and white guilt, and the ways they push through to find a more healthy Pākehā identity.

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MARY MEETS MOHAMMAD DOCUMENTARY

Director & Producer Heather Kirkpatrick

A documentary film about Australia’s first asylum-seeker detention centre in Tasmania. Local knitting club member Mary is a pensioner and devout Christian who does not welcome the 400 male asylum seekers from Afghanistan. Mary unexpectedly finds herself in regular contact with Mohammad, a 26 year old Muslim man, after her knitting club donates beanies to the detainees. Mary sheds many of her prior beliefs as her relationship with Mohammad deepens.

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TANGATA TIRITI ACTIVITIES

Treaty People

Core activities from the Tangata Tiriti – Treaty People workbook available for download. Freely available for all facilitators, educators and teachers to use.

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THE CITIZEN'S HANDBOOK COMEDY SERIES

Radio New Zealand

Ten-part video and podcast comedy series and civics class from RNZ, covering five topics: history, politics, law, economics, and international relations. Using thorough research and sharp comedy, The Citizen’s Handbook empowers its audience with the knowledge of how this country came to be, how it currently works, and how we can face the challenges that lie ahead.

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TRAINING AN ARMY OF KEYBOARD WARRIORS TO PROMOTE LOVE OVER HATE

Mobilisation Lab

The New Zealand-based community campaigning organisation building people power in an iterative and narrative-savvy way.