Māori experiences and responses to racism in New Zealand



Three Maori focus groups from cities and smaller centres believed that negative representations and ethnic labelling of Maori in a wide range of places, including print and broadcast media, promoted and normalised interpersonal and institutional racism against Maori, while reinforcing internalised racism that negatively affected Maori in their day-to-day lives.

Primary author: 

Angela Moewaka Barnes

Secondary authors: 

Ken Taiapa, Belinda Borell, Tim McCreanor


MAI Journal, 2(2), 63-77

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