Te Wiki of Te Reo Māori: Dame Naida Glavish

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It's Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori. Ko te aronga o te wiki o te reo Māori, kia hōrapa te reo i roto i ngā āhuatanga katoa i ngā mahi ia rā ia rā. On Morning Report we will be interviewing some of the key players in the preservation and resurgence of te reo Maori. We talk to Dame Rangimarie Naida Glavish who has played a hugely important role in Māori in education and health, but is also famous for fighting for te reo. In 1984, when she was a telephone operator for the New Zealand Post Office, she would greet callers with "kia ora", and was threatened with losing her job for doing so. She refused to back down. Dame Naida joins Guyon Espiner in the studio.


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