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Honour Indigenous Resistance "This is Harriet Nahanee, grandmother of the Pacheedaht First Nation, and residential school survivor. In 2007, she was jailed for weeks for protesting the Sea to sky highway development. She fell sick in prison and died soon after. Harriet Nahanee is one of millions of indigenous land defenders who have fought to their death against ongoing Canadian colonialism."
Progressive ideas that helped New Zealand lead the world in education, particularly in reading, were developed by creative early education teachers who were well aware of the modern educational ideas of the time. The history of progressive education in New Zealand ( now at risk) is the subject of a new book, ' I am five and I go to school', written by Helen May. The book follows the growth of educational ideas for both European and Maori early education.