Kia haumaru te noho!

We wanted to share our whānau message of creating safe practices when our whānau arrive home from mahi – essential workers on the frontline.
#nohokitekainga #kiahaumarutenoho #COVID #URUTA #COVID_19Indigenous_World

We were inspired as pāpā comes home from mahi and follows these easy steps to keep us safe in our wee bubble.

We had lots of fun making this video. And I was really proud of my usually shy boy step and up take on the challenge. What I learnt is that its best to film in landscape mode – comes out looking better.

#consciouspuku

Published by Tākuta Teah

Indigenous woman, partner, māmā, sister, daughter, aunty, artist, story catcher/teller, researcher, evaluator and academic. I draw on these identities to express, connect and articulate kotahitanga, mana motuhake and aroha.

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