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Hēnare te Ua speaks with Ripeka Evans on the stance of Māori women in the
seventies and eighties, their beliefs, rituals, and what they stood for at that time
of their lives, how politically active Māori women had become, formed the
"kotahitnga" movement, that most of the Māori women at the time had a common
bond that was to lead actively against what it was that needed to be done at the time,
such as treaty issues.
Ripeka speaks alot about the Treaty issues, and comments on the hui held in Taupo
about kawanatanga and the treaty.
Reference number 50262
Media type AUDIO
Collection Sound Collection
Ngā Taonga Korero Collection