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We promote the positive side and positive people of Maoridom! This podcast's aim is to provide everyone, Maori and non-Maori alike to experience our beautiful culture and people as it is, not as it has been stigmatised to be in the past. Hosted by Scott and Daz, we're bringing you onboard with us to listen to some amazing Maori people absolutely crushing it in modern society and challenging all of the norms. Fuuuee Whanau - lets get our ears excited!

Maranga Scott Douglas and Darren Van Beek

    • Education
    • 5.0, 12 Ratings

We promote the positive side and positive people of Maoridom! This podcast's aim is to provide everyone, Maori and non-Maori alike to experience our beautiful culture and people as it is, not as it has been stigmatised to be in the past. Hosted by Scott and Daz, we're bringing you onboard with us to listen to some amazing Maori people absolutely crushing it in modern society and challenging all of the norms. Fuuuee Whanau - lets get our ears excited!

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
12 Ratings

12 Ratings

seynon27 ,

Tautoko

Kia Ora, Thank you for creating your podcast. I too am Maori and live in Sunshine Coast, Australia, being away from my papa kainga makes me yearn for my culture and reo. I love listening to you both and your guests whakaaro and journey. I can resonate with words and it is very powerful to see and hear about successful, proud and courageous maori people. Thank you for your truthful and honest podcast! Keep up the epic korero - I have listened to every episode and look forward to hearing any future korero. Thanks you for sharing Maranga with the world ❤️

SimplyKimm ,

Awesome

I love this podcast and the concept of it- can relate to your stories even though I’m an oldie...hehe. I’m of Maori decent too, but born in Australia 🇦🇺 although lived in Rotorua most of my life. (Now live in Brissie with my family). Also never learnt te Reo as mum was punished for speaking Maori in school. She speaks it fluently too. Also didn’t know mum spoke te Reo until I was 10 and didn’t even know I was Maori too till then. Now I’m turning 50 and have my own family I do think of learning te Reo for myself (never too late!) Thank you for bringing this awesome message to the world. 🙏🏽🌹Love it 💖

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