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"Maioha" is a project undertaken by the Freemans Bay branch of the NZ Māori Women's Welfare League during 1993, to mark the United Nations Year of Indigenous Peoples and also the centenary of women's suffrage in Aotearoa.

Sixteen Māori women have been interviewd regarding their vision aspirations and success in whatever field of endeavour they have chosen.

The Maioha series of interviews with respected Māori women continues with interviewer Puhi Rangiaho.

Hemana Waaka introduces this programme which features interviews with descendants of chief Mokomoko (Te Whakatohea). They are Wairemana Taia, Tapai [?] Biddle, Kaa Maxwell and Te Hereripene Ngatai.

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Year 1994

Reference number 42777

Media type AUDIO

Collection Sound Collection

Credits RNZ Collection
RANGIAHO, Puhi
Rangiaho, Puhi, Interviewer
Waaka, Hemana, Presenter

Duration 00:29:40

Date 02 Jan 1994

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