|Location:||New Zealand, Hawai`i, Ottawa|
|Subject:||Dance, hip-hop, activism|
|Director:||Matakahi (Dean) Hapeta|
|Description:||Urban and sociopolitically charged “rapumentary” by Dean Hapeta, an Aotearoa hip-hop artist turned digital filmmaker. Explores the use of hip-hop as a medium for expression by the oppressed. From indigenous assertions in Hawai`i and Ottawa to land protests in Aotearoa, Te Kupu takes viewers on a global tour of native hip-hop, poetry, street, and activism.|
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