Te Taru White is the Kaihatu (joint leader and curator) of Te Papa, Aotearoa New Zealand's national museum. He travels around the world speaking about how museums can bring cultures together, sharing stories and developing understanding and appreciation for other peoples. We met with Te Taru on the last day of our trip during a fierce storm on the North Island whose howling winds you can hear in the background of the interview.


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  • Learn more about the history of the Maori people in New Zealand.
  • Ask yourself: who has been marginalized in your own culture?
  • "Trust must be built for stories to be shared," says White. Experiment by giving your full attention to the story of another.

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