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Speakers at
Te Tiriti-based Futures + Anti-racism 2024

Anupam Kaloti

Anupam Kaloti

Indian

Tania Hodges

Tania Hodges

Ngāti Pāhauwera,  Ngāti Kahungunu, Ngāti Ranginui, Ngāti Hauā, Ngāti  Maniapoto and Ngāti Tūwharetoa.

Catherine Delahunty

Catherine Delahunty

Pākehā

Leonie Pihama

Leonie Pihama

Te Ātiawa, Taranaki, Waikato

Witi Ashby

Witi Ashby

Ngāti Hine, Ngāti Kawa

Kevin Dunn

Kevin Dunn

White Australian, first generation English

Mohan Dutta

Mohan Dutta

Bengali, South Asia

Jeannine Hill Fletcher

Jeannine Hill Fletcher

White American with mixed-European ancestry

Yasmine Serhan

Yasmine Serhan

Palestinian

Diana Kopua

Diana Kopua

Ngāti Porou

David V Williams

David V Williams

Ngāti Pākehā o Aotearoa

Clare Land

Clare Land

Anglo settler based in Melbourne, Australia

Marco de Jong

Marco de Jong

Papa Puleia, Samoa

Tim McCreanor

Tim McCreanor

Pākehā

Debbie Bargallie

Debbie Bargallie

Kamilaroi and Wonnarua

Chontel Gibson

Chontel Gibson

Kamilaroi woman, with family connections to Weatherall, Thorne and Kennedy families in far north western NSW, Australia.

Kem Gambrell

Kem Gambrell

Anglo setter-colonist with ancestry predominantly from western Europe. She currently resides on the unceded homelands of the Spokane Tribe of Indians in Spokane Washington, United States of America

Nadia Abu-Shanab 

Nadia Abu-Shanab 

Palestinian and English Descent

Öznur Şahin

Öznur Şahin

Turkish

Nathan Rew

Nathan Rew

Papua New Guinean/Pākehā

Matthew Farry

Matthew Farry

Arab/Lebanese

Jean Katarina Te Huia

Jean Katarina Te Huia

Ngāti Te Whatuiapiti Ko Ngāti Rangitane taku iwi

Clive Aspin

Clive Aspin


Ngāti Maru, Ngāti Whanaunga, Ngāti Tamaterā

Belinda Borell

Belinda Borell

Ngāti Ranginui, Ngai Te Rangi, Whakatōhea

Margaret Mutu

Margaret Mutu

Ngāti Kahu, Te Rarawa, Ngāti Whātua and Scottish descent

Toni Shepherd

Toni Shepherd

Kai Tahu, Kāti Māmoe, Rapuwai, Waitaha

Claire Charters

Claire Charters

Ngāti Whakaue, Tainui, Tuwharetoa, Ngā Puhi

Yin Paradies

Yin Paradies

Wakaya

Teanau Tuiono

Teanau Tuiono

Cook Islands Māori (Atiu – Ngati Ingatu, Ngati Toki, Ngati Paerangi) and New Zealand Māori (Te Uriroroi, Ngāpuhi and Ngāi Takoto)

Laura Corradi

Laura Corradi

Chandra Ford

Chandra Ford

Ruth Jones

Ruth Jones

Rongowhakaata, Te Aitanga-a-Māhaki and Ngāti Porou

Georgina Davis-Tōpou

Georgina Davis-Tōpou

Ngāpuhi, Ngāi Tai, Ngāti Porou

Josiah Tualamali'i

Josiah Tualamali'i

Samoan Pākehā

Amohia Boulton

Amohia Boulton

Ngāti Ranginui, Ngai te Rangi, Ngāti Pukenga, Ngāti Mutunga, Te Ātiawa o Te Waka-a-Māui

Jane Kelsey

Jane Kelsey

Pākehā

Jane Kelsey is an activist and critical academic on colonisation, neoliberalism and globalisation. As a recently-retired professor of Law, Jane has written extensively in all these ...

Tracey McIntosh

Tracey McIntosh

Ngāi Tūhoe

Umi Asaka

Umi Asaka

Japanese

Ataria Sharman

Ataria Sharman

Ngāpuhi, Tapuika

Sue Bradford

Sue Bradford

Pākehā

Ena Manuireva

Ena Manuireva

E tu ana vau ei tangata tumu no Mangareva mai te taha o toku papa, e ekeranga ivi toku ki te kainga o Ta’iti ki te taha o toku mama. Na raua oki i tuku mai te aho o te ora. I stand as a Mangarevan from my father’s side and I whakapapa to Tahiti from my mother’s side. To both, I owe the breath of life.

Alex Barnes

Alex Barnes

Pākehā with affiliations to Mātaatua, Tainui and Te Tai Tokerau

Alana Lentin

Alana Lentin

Jewish European

Vincent O’Malley

Vincent O’Malley

Pākehā

Liana MacDonald

Liana MacDonald

Ngāti Kuia, Rangitāne o Wairau, Ngāti Apa ki te Rā Tō, Ngāti Koata

Richard James Crawford

Richard James Crawford

He uri ahau nō Ngāti Kahungunu, Ngāti Porou, me Ngāti Raukawa hoki. I was born in Hastings and raised in Bridge Pa. My father is from Te Araroa and my grandfather on my mother’s side was born in Paarawaera.

Huhana Hickey

Huhana Hickey

Ngāti Tahinga, Tainui

Rachel Sharples

Rachel Sharples

Gary Williams

Gary Williams

Ngāti Porou

Metiria Stanton Turei

Metiria Stanton Turei

Ngāti Kahungunu ki Wairarapa, Āti Haunui a Papārangi, Rangitane, Te Ātiawa

Saburo Omura

Saburo Omura

Hapanihi/Japanese

Arapera Ngaha

Arapera Ngaha

Ngai-Tūteauru, Ngāti Hine of Ngāpuhi and Ngāti Whakaue of Te Arawa

Pancha Narayanan

Pancha Narayanan

Malaysian

Alastair McIntosh

Alastair McIntosh

Scottish

Emily Beausoleil

Emily Beausoleil

Tauiwi Pākehā (English, French, Scottish), Tangata Tiriti

Reverend Muamua Sofi Strickson-Pua

Reverend Muamua Sofi Strickson-Pua

Ngati Hamoa Cantonese Saina Irish French Niu Sila Aotearoa 1st generation born

Kevin Hague

Kevin Hague

Pākehā

Veronica Tawhai

Veronica Tawhai

Ngāti Porou, Ngāti Uepohatu

Darren Ooi

Darren Ooi

Chinese

Derek Griffith

Derek Griffith

Black American

Mark Kopua

Mark Kopua

Te Aitanga a Hauiti, Ngāti Ira and Ngāti Porou

Grant Berghan

Grant Berghan

Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Wai, Te Rarawa, Irish. 

Rawiri McKree Jansen

Rawiri McKree Jansen

Ngāti Hinerangi, Ngāti Raukawa

Sir Collin Tukuitonga

Sir Collin Tukuitonga

Niue

Sir Haare Williams

Sir Haare Williams

Ngai Tuhoe, Te Aitanga a Mahaki

Lincoln Dam

Lincoln Dam

Aotearoa/New Zealand-born Chinese-Thai-Cambodian

Nilmini Fernando

Nilmini Fernando

Sri Lankan Australia

Ani Mikaere

Ani Mikaere

Ngāti Raukawa, Ngāti Poro

Annette Sykes

Annette Sykes

Ngāti Pikiao and Ngāti Makino

Jairo Fúnez-Flores

Jairo Fúnez-Flores

Jairo I. Fúnez-Flores is from a campesino village in southern Honduras. Campesino may directly translate to peasant but in Spanish it refers to the country or to the land. After over five centuries of colonial dispossession and displacement, many Indigenous and Mestizx campesino communities began to lose their language and identity, yet have maintained ancestral knowledges, collective practices, and reciprocal relations to land. After living in the US 18 years as an undocumented immigrant, Jairo returned to his village to begin a journey of learning from his campesino community once again.

Rahman Bashir

Rahman Bashir

Sudanese, Muslim

Katie Cherrington

Katie Cherrington

Pākehā

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