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Born in 1895 (-1994), Dame Whina Cooper is perhaps most well-known for her involvement in the 1975 Māori land march. On 13 October 1975, a hikoi of 5,000 marchers arrived at Parliament to protest the ongoing alienation of Māori land. Organised by Māori land rights group Te Rōpū O Te Matakite and led by the then 80 year old Dame Whina Cooper, the...
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