Whina: Mother of the Nation
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Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Duration: 50 mins
The autobiography of Maori land activist Dame Whina Cooper filmed two years before she died.
Born in an earth-floor whare she became a teacher, gum digger, rugby coach, midwife, a tribal leader, president of Maori Women's Welfare League and controversial leader of the Maori Land March. Who organized her first public protest at the age of 18.