Sunday, 8 August 2010
08 o Here turi Kōka 2010
"I've got four daughters now and I would hate to see them even have a little
bit of my old lifestyle" Sharnita Harmer-Raheke
If you listen to certain social organisations or loud-mouthed factions around the country you would think all gang members and their associates are no-good losers. Yet Sharnita Harmer-Raheke is a woman who has proactively decided the generational abuse and gang lifestyle she lived until recently, was not going to be her future.
This week in Te Ahi Kaa Maraea Rakuraku has a very candid kōrero with the Hastings based grandmother about ending violence, taking responsibility and healing whānau.
Extra link: How to deal with family violence