Campaigns

Amplifier: Getting the word out

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About the Icons

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Pania Newton

Ngapuhi, Te Rarawa, Waikato, Ngati Mahuta

Pania Newton is a New Zealand lawyer and activist for Māori land rights; she is a member of the Ngāpuhi, Waikato, Ngāti Mahuta and Ngāti Maniapoto tribes.[1] In 2016, Newton alongside her five cousins, and other supporters, formed the group Save Our Unique Landscape (SOUL) to protest the development of land at Ihumātao in south Auckland.

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Marjorie Kunaq Tahbone

Inupiaq, Kiowa

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About the Artist

Tracie Ching

Tracie Ching is an artist and self-taught illustrator working in Washington, DC. A marriage of old and new, her work translates classic engraving techniques through vector illustration, resulting in the bold cross-hatching style for which she is known.
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About the Artist

Cindy Chischilly

Kin Theory is an Indigenous media creative database being created to grow, strengthen, and support new and existing media connections.

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Image courtesy of Cindy Chischilly