The e-Tangata storytellers
Winter events with Bridget Williams Books, all around Aoteoroa.
- Date: Sunday, 27 August, 2017
Auckland Art Gallery auditorium, corner Kitchener and Wellesley Streets
- Contact Details:
For more information, email Julia.Wells@bwb.co.nz
A panel discussion with Tapu Misa, Dale Husband, Moana Maniapoto, and Māmari Stephens
Chaired by Stacey Morrison.
The online Sunday magazine e-Tangata tells Māori and Pasifika stories about people and issues of significance to all New Zealanders. The storytellers you’ll meet are Tapu Misa, Dale Husband, Moana Maniapoto, Māmari Stephens, and Stacey Morrison.
They’ll talk a little about e-Tangata and what they are working to achieve; and they are keen to hear what you would like to read in the future. e-Tangata is produced by the Mana Trust.
All welcome, no RSVP needed. Supported by the National Library and the Royal Society.
About the speakers
Tapu Misa (Samoa) is a former feature writer and NZ Herald columnist. She chairs the Mana Trust which publishes e-Tangata and co-edits that magazine.
Dale Husband (Ngāti Maru, Ngāti Pākehā) is a former presenter of the Mana programmes on Radio New Zealand, a long-time host on Radio Waatea. He is on the Mana Trust and is an interviewer for e-Tangata.
Moana Maniapoto (Ngāti Tuwharetoa, Tuhourangi, Ngāti Pikiao, Ngāti Pākehā) is a writer, documentary film-maker and an award-winning singer/songwriter. She leads the group Moana & the Tribe.
Māmari Stephens (Te Rarawa, Ngāti Pākehā) is a Senior Lecturer in Law at Victoria University of Wellington, where one of her main research interests is Māori and the New Zealand legal system.
Stacey Morrison (Ngāi Tahu, Te Arawa, Ngāti Pākehā) is a television and radio presenter and producer. She co-hosts the Stace & Flynny radio show on The Hits, is a trustee of the Mana Trust and is widely known for her te reo Māori advocacy.