Will people step up now and take the time to learn, know and feel the history of the places they call home?
Hailed as a ‘whakapapa-memoir’, this deeply personal narrative describes her connection to Taranaki—the land and mountain—and the ongoing impact of te pāhuatanga, the invasion of Parihaka.
Tuesday 20 August 2019
6.00–7.00 pm (Doors open 5.45 pm)
City Gallery Wellington
All welcome, no RSVP needed.
Please note: These events are very popular, so ensure you arrive early to secure a seat.
This event is part of the BWB Talks series.
About the speakers
Rachel Buchanan (Taranaki, Te Ātiawa) is a historian, archivist, journalist and curator. Her other books include The Parihaka Album: Lest We Forget (Huia, 2009) and Stop Press: The Last Days of Newspapers (Scribe, 2013).
Honiana Love (Te Ātiawa, Taranaki, Ngā Ruahinerangi) is the Acting Chief Executive of Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision. Honiana has over 25 years of archival experience, and is passionate about connecting people with their tūpuna and taonga.
BWB warmly acknowledges the support of Creative New Zealand