Story: Ngā tuakiri hōu – new Māori identities

Wāhine toa: Donna Awatere and Ripeka Evans (2nd of 2)

Wāhine toa: Donna Awatere and Ripeka Evans

Prominent Māori radicals of the 1970s and 1980s, Donna Awatere (left) and Ripeka Evans graced the cover of the feminist magazine Broadsheet in October 1982. Both were members of the pioneering radical organisation Ngā Tamatoa. Awatere later published Maori sovereignty, an influential text for the Māori protest movement. From the 1980s Evans held senior positions in a variety of public agencies.

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Broadsheet
Reference: Broadsheet 103 (October, 1982)
Photograph by Gil Hanly

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Rawiri Taonui, 'Ngā tuakiri hōu – new Māori identities - Māori renaissance', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, http://www.TeAra.govt.nz/en/document/29815/wahine-toa-donna-awatere-and-ripeka-evans (accessed 19 August 2019)

Story by Rawiri Taonui, published 5 May 2011, updated 1 Jun 2017