#1: Whirimako Black – Mōteatea, cultural reconnection

Whirimako Black speaks openly about memories of her early life in Te Urewera and Kawerau and how that has shaped her life and career. She shares her love of mōteatea, her reo and culture, and desire to share that with people.This deep and personal conversation traverses her whānau influences and inspirations, cultural disconnection and reconnection, trauma, identity, authenticity, and the power of connection, music and art for healing.