Tāne & Pirihimana: Māori Men on Protection and Punishment

Four Māori men get together to kōrero tene about their first-hand encounters with the police. Together they will share stories from their own lived experience, and discuss crime, victimisation and the over-representation of Māori in the criminal justice system.

Facilitated by Silo Theatre's Artistic Associate Jason Te Kare (Ngati Maniapoto), this kōrero takes a deeper look at the questions raised in Cellfish, a show taking us behind the walls of a New Zealand Correctional Facility to look at what happens when you disturb the natural order of things.

Contributors include Ngarimu Blair (Ngāti Whātua), Aaryn Niuapu (Ngati Whakaue), Pita Turei (Ngai Tai ki Tamaki) and Professor Scotty Te Manahau Morrison.

This event is free but bookings are essential.

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This kōrero a special event for Silo Theatre's season of Cellfish - click here to get your tickets and learn more.


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