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HomeVideoMāori poet Tayi Tibble draws on guidance of Polynesian ancestors in 'Rangikura'

Māori poet Tayi Tibble draws on guidance of Polynesian ancestors in ‘Rangikura’

There’s a new, original voice in the world of poetry. Indigenous New Zealander Tayi Tibble’s poems about what it means to be a young Māori woman have resonated with audiences far beyond her home in the Pacific. Jeffrey Brown met up with the acclaimed poet in New York City as part of our arts and culture series, CANVAS.

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