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Being Indian in Aotearoa: a panel discussion

8 Nov 2020
SUNDAY 8 NOVEMBER, 7PM; DOORS OPEN AT 6.30PM
What does it mean to be Indian in Aotearoa? Listen to a panel discussion at Auckland Museum
Event type: 
Seminar/Public Lecture
Price: 
FREE (TICKETED)
Venue: 
Auckland War Memorial Museum
Address: 
Auckland Domain Parnell Auckland 1010 New Zealand
Region: 
Auckland

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SUNDAY 8 NOVEMBER, 7PM; DOORS OPEN AT 6.30PM
AUCKLAND MUSEUM AUDITORIUM, ENTRY VIA GRAND FOYER 
FREE (TICKETED)

What does it mean to be Indian in Aotearoa? How do our Indian Aucklanders cope with having a foot in both worlds?

This evening of kōrero is a partnership between Auckland Museum and Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development. Hear from members of Auckland's Indian community as they explore prejudice and pressures, as well as the joys, of their unique identity.

Our panelists include: student and blogger Karishma Kumar; the current Miss India NZ, Kartika Singh; Rohan Adarkar from Totally Different; artist and educator Sarah Dutt; and Vinod Suresh, a Researcher and educator from the Bioengineering Institute, University of Auckland.

While this is a free event it is ticketed, so get your free ticket to secure your seat.

 

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Auckland Museum

27 Oct 2020