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Hinetara Pōtaka was born in Te Puke and received her secondary education at Queen Victoria College, Auckland. Her list of achievements is astounding and covered work with the Māori Women’s Welfare League (she founded the Maketu Branch), the Kōhanga Reo Movement, and training in Māori Education.

Listen as Hine talks about the Kōhanga Reo movement. In this bilingual interview we hear the voice of a second woman, identified only as Josephine. If you are able to identify Josephine please contact us, we would love to add her details and enhance our catalogue record.

Image credit: Christchurch city libraries 

Catalogue Reference 42497

Year 1993

Credits

Interviewer: Tawini Rangihau
Interviewee: Hinetara Pōtaka
Excerpt: 00:03:13

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