REVIEW: Noted: E-Tangata—getting it right
The Best of e-Tangata, edited by Tapu Misa and Gary Wilson. Wellington: Bridget Williams, 2017. 208 pages. ISBN 978-0-9475-1845-5
THE BEST of e-Tangata is a collection of pieces from the online site (https://e-tangata.co.nz/) that offer insights into the lives of Māori and Pasifika people in Aoteoroa. Some of their stories are quite harrowing, like that of Gilbert Enoka, who was raised in a series of homes after his father abandoned his disabled mother.
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