SBS FINANCE | Inspiring female indigenous small business owners

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Indigenous peoples around the world still look to Māori for leadership and guidance

Where does our future lie for things like te reo, culture and identity? Are we guilty of wallowing in our own problems - think kōhanga reo, Māori TV, Ture Whenua review, the Māori language review? Yet other indigenous groups are thriving by following our early revitalisation efforts. Potaka Maipi met up with a group of first nations manuhiri who still look to Māori as a guiding light.

NAIDOC Week celebrates the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Straits Islander people.

This year, there's a female theme, ‘because of her, we can.’

And because of many female indigenous small business owners, the whole community, is benefiting.

SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Goncalves has the story.

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