The Great Hip Hop Grant Scandal
AbstractThe key aspects and features of the Great Hip Hop Grant scandal in New Zealand involving Fuarosa and Saralia Tamati, mother and daughter of Sainoan origin are discussed. The three dominant discourses in the public narrative of the late 20th and early 21st centuries in Aotearoa New Zealand are highlighted.
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