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Te reo Māori petition, 1972

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In this 1972 news footage, a petition asking for te reo Māori (the Māori language) to be taught in schools is presented to Parliament. David Broughton (later Rawiri Paratene), co-ordinator of the Maori Students Federation, is shown discussing the importance of the language and the ...


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