Philip McKibbin

Philip McKibbin (Ngāi Tahu, Pākehā) is an independent writer. He holds a Master of Arts in Philosophy from the University of Auckland, and is currently studying te reo Māori at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa.

Ātea
Nov 25, 2018

Harry Dansey, the 'integrated New Zealander' who embodied a hopeful future

Philip McKibbin remembers a man who dedicated his life to realising our Treaty partnership.

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Ātea
Nov 16, 2018

But what about boil up? How Māori are embracing veganism

Vegan, kaimanga, kapa kaiota, whekana – whatever you call it, a movement towards a harm free, plant-based lifestyle is being championed by Māori looking to protect Papatūānuku.

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Society
Jul 23, 2017

The thin line between dickishness and casual racism

It's easy to dismiss a stray look or comment as simple rudeness, but often it's much more than that. Philip McKibbin (Ngāi Tahu) presents a call to arms against casual racism.

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