Moana Jackson

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Moana Jackson (10 October 1945 – 31 March 2022) was a New Zealand lawyer specialising in constitutional law, the Treaty of Waitangi and international indigenous issues. He was an advocate and activist for Māori rights.


Interview with Matthew Tukaki Apr 3, 2022[edit]

  • Colonisation depended on the states of Europe believing that they were superior to Indigenous peoples such as Māori, and that they should therefore usurp Indigenous authority and impose their own ways of doing things. So, colonisation, by its very nature, is born and bred out of racism.

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