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Mr Rere Nicolson of Ngati Raukawa during the Armistice celebrations in Levin, 13 Nov Shows him standing on the street wearing Maori cloaks an. Historical Tattoos, Maori Tribe, Nz History, Maori People, History Tattoos, Armistice Day, Maori Designs, New Zealand Art, Nordic Tattoo

Rere Nicholson during the Armistice celebrations in Levin | National Library of New Zealand

Mr Rere Nicolson of Ngati Raukawa during the Armistice celebrations in Levin, 13 Nov 1918. Shows him standing on the street wearing Maori cloaks an...

Maori Land Marcher Dave Ruru wheels his daughter, Tania along the Wellington Motorway south of Porirua, Monday, October, 1975 Maori People, Tribal People, Nz History, Women In History, John Miller, Spiritual People, West Papua, Nz Art, New Zealand

PhotoForum

PhotoForum Inc. is a non-profit society dedicated to the promotion of photography as a means of communication and expression. To that end we publish independent critical writing, essays, news and archival material. We also maintain a publication programme, organise occasional exhibitions, workshops and lectures.

Portrait of Whina Cooper in Hamilton during the Maori Land March, photographed by Christian F Heinegg on the of September Shows her wear. Nz History, Women In History, Maori Symbols, Long White Cloud, New Zealand Art, Matou, Maori Art, The 1975, We Are The World

Whina Cooper addresses a crowd during the 1975 Māori land march

Whina Cooper addresses a crowd during the 1975 Maori land march

Dame Whina Cooper ONZDBE 9 December 1895 26 March 1994 was a respected kuia Maori leader who worked for many years for the rights of her people and p Nz History, History Pics, New Zealand Art, Nz Art, Maori Art, Kiwiana, Wise Women, Famous Photographers, Alter

“Aotearoa is not for sale” Hikoi, Dale Husband interviews Mike Smith, 26 March 2012

» “Aotearoa is not for sale” Hikoi, Dale Husband interviews Mike Smith, 26 March 2012 | Iwi Trust Board

Māori flags at Waitangi Day, New Zeland National Symbols, National Flag, Treaty Of Waitangi, Waitangi Day, Maori People, West Papua, Bay Of Islands, Bungee Jumping, World View

Māori flags at Waitangi Day, 2008

A large number of Māori flags are being flown as a large group crosses the bridge at Waitangi. At the top is the United Tribes’ flag of 1834 with St George’s cross on a white background and four white stars with a blue background. This was New Zealand’s first national flag. ...

Bill ✔️ The Prime Minister - Sir Rob Muldoon - and the gang member, Otara, Bill Gibson-Patmore. Life In The 70s, Nz History, Kiwiana, All Things New, Motorcycle Clubs, Prime Minister, Best Memories, Auckland, Back In The Day

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Anti-apartheid protesters stopping the Springbok rugby tour in Hamilton, New Zealand, July 1981 Copyright and credit: Estate of Robin Morrison, Auckland Museum Apartheid, July 25, Made In Heaven, Sports Art, People Of The World, Auckland, Back In The Day, Rugby, Hamilton

New Zealand Hamilton Rugby Field

Anti-apartheid protesters stopping the Springbok rugby tour in Hamilton, New Zealand, July 25, 1981 Copyright and credit: Estate of Robin Morrison, Auckland Museum

1978 Maori protest in Bastion Point, Orakei, Auckland, New Zealand. Nz History, Women In History, World History, John Miller, Maori People, Maori Designs, New Zealand Art, Matou, Maori Art

PhotoForum

PhotoForum Inc. is a non-profit society dedicated to the promotion of photography as a means of communication and expression. To that end we publish independent critical writing, essays, news and archival material. We also maintain a publication programme, organise occasional exhibitions, workshops and lectures.

Protest against prison conditions, 1987 Tuta Ngarimu Nz History, Polynesian People, John Miller, National Symbols, Maori Art, All Things New, Documentary Photography, First World, Prison

Protest against prison conditions, 1987

Ex-prisoner and hunger striker Tuta Ngarimu is supported by two Upper Hutt Mongrel Mob members on the steps of Parliament buildings in December 1987, as he protests against the conditions of prisoners in Pāremoremo Prison. He has just spent 63 days without food. Ngarimu and his supporters were ...

Capturing conflict: Robin Morrison, photo at Bastion Pt 1978 Nz History, Women In History, Polynesian People, West Papua, National Symbols, Maori Art, Memorial Museum, Documentary Photographers, One In A Million

Capturing conflict: Robin Morrison

Protest photography was one of the themes during our exhibition A Decade of Days – Auckland through Robin Morrison’s eyes. Sharon Hawke and Jos Wheeler, all too familiar with conflict beyond the lens, reflect on Morrison’s images from Bastion Point and the Springbok Tour of 1981.

Bastion Point 1978 Marti Friedlander (Maori Land Rights, New Zealand) Nz History, History Online, Women In History, Polynesian People, West Papua, National Symbols, Documentary Photographers, Teaching History, Art Series

Bastion Point protest, 1978

Protesters and police at Bastion Point during its occupation in 1978.

Aftermath of Shipwreck After the Rainbow Warrior. Bombing The Rainbow Warrior is in Marsden Wharf in Auckland Harbour after the bombing by French secret service agents. South Pacific, Pacific Ocean, Auckland, Laurent Fabius, Service Secret, Rainbow Warrior, Spiegel Online, Kiwiana, Peaceful Protest

The Bombing of the Rainbow Warrior

In 1985, French secret service agents planted two bombs and sank our ship the Rainbow Warrior. One crew member was killed. It was an instance when a government chose to respond to peaceful protest with deadly force. But peaceful protest has prevailed.