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Waka Huia - Aroha Yates-Smith, the Māori academic who went in search of ...

She’s the academic who found the female deities in Māori spirituality. Aroha Yates-Smith (Te Arawa) reveals why she went in search of the female elements, th.

Cabinet card portrait of Arihi Te Nahu of Te Hauke, wearing a kahu huruhuru (feather cloak), taken on 16 December 1892 by Samuel Carnell of Napier

Incredible portraits of Maori women from the National Library of New Zealand.

Unidentified Young Maori woman with chin moko, wearing a korowai (cloak) and western neckerchief 1880s.  New Zealand

Unidentified Young Maori woman with chin moko, wearing a korowai (cloak) and western neckerchief New Zealand

ca. 1860, [ambrotype portrait of a theatrically posed and costumed boy with a jaunty hat, standing beside a complacent woman]  via the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

[ambrotype portrait of a theatrically posed and costumed boy with a jaunty hat, standing beside a complacent woman] via the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

The Right To Be Me (Dr. Rangimarie Turuki Rose Pere Elder, healer and le...

The Right To Be Me (Dr. Rangimarie Turuki Rose Pere Elder, healer and leader in the Maori community)

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Daughter of a Maori chief wearing a kahu huruhuru (traditional Maori feather cloak).

Maori woman from the Hawkes Bay district, taken on 3 December 1897 by Samuel Carnell of Napier. #Maori

Maori woman from the Hawkes Bay district, taken on 3 December 1897 by Samuel Carnell of Napier.

Part 1 of 3 Ngāi Tahu Māori language revitalisation strategy Kotahi Mano...

Part 1 of 3 Ngāi Tahu Māori language revitalisation strategy Kotahi Mano Kaika Kotahi Mano Wawata Waka Huia TVNZ 15 August 2010

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