Kera Sherwood-O’Regan (Kāi Tahu) is a young wahine who lives with Fibromyalgia. She started the organisation Fibromyalgia Aotearoa NZ to help others living with the condition. Alongside this mahi, she also runs Activate, a social enterprise creative agency with a focus on bringing voice to social and environmental kaupapa.
Since age 16, Kera has advocated for Indigenous rights. She is a staunch climate activist and has represented Indigenous Aotearoa a number of times at the United Nations convention on climate change.
In this episode, we talk about climate justice and the effect global warming has on every aspect of life. We learn about how important Indigenous solidarity is when speaking to a global audience and, we kōrero about living with an invisible disability.
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