The History Teachers' Association says no.
We went along to this year's upbeat "imperfect" Waitangi Day celebrations.
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The landmark case, 160 years in the making, enshrines Māori world view in modern legislation.
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"For me it’s legacy-based. It’s intergenerational. Seven generations have been engaged in this dialogue, and it’s tiring."
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Most years I either work or get ready for the Superbowl.
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