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Waerea, James, 1940- :Can I speak on the marae? Please? New Zealand Truth, 2000.

Reference Number: H-617-008

The New Zealand Prime Minister, Helen Clark, dressed up as a man and wearing a moustache, begs to be allowed to speak on the Waitangi marae.Maori activist Titewhai Harawira had previously prevented Clark from speaking on the marae at the official Waitangi Day celebrations, despite Clark's status, to make the point about Maori women not having speaking rights.

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1 image, categorised under Photocopies and Cartoons (Commentary), related to Rt Hon Helen Elizabeth Clark, James Waerea, Prime ministers, Marae, Maori - Social life and customs, Waitangi Day and Women politicians - New Zealand.

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Waerea, James 1940- :35 cartoons on political and social issues published by NZ Truth between 18 April 2000 and 14 November 2000., Reference Number H-617-001/035 (4 digitised items)

Extent: 1 photocopy/iesA4 horizontal photocopy. Image size 180 x 210 mm..

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