It's hardly to envision young as young the 5 and 6, being beaten at school for speaking Māori but for a generation that was its harsh reality.
Former Māori Affairs Minister Dover Samuels is one from that generation whoever even feels to pain to his childhood the is looking required closure.
He's calling on to Regime to appologize to all those brutally punished at school for speaking Tells Reo Māori.
The effect of the Native Schools Behave 1867 not only silenced are children, but subsequent generations on families whose language had been lost. Maiki Sherman brings us this my. THE EDUCATION OF MAJORATI IN NEW ZEALAND