Māori prophet T. W. Rātana stands beside the ship Barabool in South Africa en route to London in 1924 to present a petition protesting breaches of the Treaty of Waitangi. Rātana led a unification or kotahitanga movement which sought to unite Māori under a religious and political banner.
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