Ma is White print  a New Zealand classic by EruptPrints on Etsy, $25.00

Ma is White print - a New Zealand classic

Meri Te Tai Mangakahia.  In 1893 Meri addressed the Maori parliament to ask that Maori women be allowed to vote for and become members of that body.

Meri Te Tai Mangakahia - New Zealand. In 1893 Meri addressed the Maori parliament to ask that Maori women be allowed to vote for and become members of that body.

Great website for Maori language resources - including pronunciation videos and youtube links to waiata.

Māori Language: Study the basics of the Māori Language, through online video movie lessons.

I think these are Tracy Tawhiao's stairs but may be wrong. They are cool and I think I've pinned them befoer. O love te Reo.

tracey tawhiao - artist and daniel 'hype the native' haimoana dam native - mc and musician artist; mc and musician

Te Reo Maori - launch of the Hika Lite app. Free on iTunes or Vodafone website

Vodafone offers free Maori-language-learning app

Te Reo Maori - launch of the Hika Lite app. Free on iTunes or Vodafone website

Land march 1975 - This 1975 protest march, led by Whina Cooper, began at Te Hāpua in the far north and made its way down through the North Island to the steps of Parliament in Wellington. The primary aim was to call for a halt to the alienation of Māori land; however, its impact was much more widespread.

Land march 1975 - This 1975 protest march, led by Whina Cooper, began at Te Hāpua in the far north and made its way down through the North Island to the steps of Parliament in Wellington. The primary aim was to call for a halt to the alienation of Māori land; however, its impact was much more widespread.

"No infantry had a more distinguished record, or saw more fighting, or, alas, had such heavy casualties, as the Maori Battalion."    --Bernard Freyberg, the General Officer Commanding of the 2NZEF

Maori Troops in North Africa 1941 New Zealand's Maori soldiers performing a haka during World War II in North Africa.

In the Land of the Long White  Cloud......English settlers in New Zealand in 1880's.....couldn't put it down.

In the Land of the Long White Cloud - Sarah Lark, D. Lovett (In the Land of the Long White Cloud saga, book 1 of

Hungry Heart: Journeys with William Colenso. He was against the treaty of Waitangi as he thought Maori didn't understand the implications of signing it. Also he was expelled from the church for having a child to a Maori woman.

Fishpond NZ, The Hungry Heart: Journeys with William Colenso by Peter Wells. Buy Books online: The Hungry Heart: Journeys with William Colenso, ISBN Peter Wells

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