Post by Kiwi Frontline on Apr 28, 2021 5:22:43 GMT 12
PLANTING NEW ROOTS AT AOTEAROA'S BIRTHPLACE
More than 50 leaders of multicultural communities around Aotearoa decided they wanted a better understanding of the Treaty of Waitangi, so they travelled to Waitangi recently to find out more.
"Immigrants who come to New Zealand should celebrate, learn and believe in the Treaty and its meaning. There is a difference between the English and Māori versions."
Multicultural NZ president Pancha Narayanan says the group came to honour the te reo version of the treaty as a constitutional document, "and as a part of that, to plant a tree to symbolise our recognition of the treaty."…..