In 1983 film-maker Merata Mita described 'Pakeha groups up and down the country who were concerned around the  Springbok Tour and who came out of it looking at the issue of domestic racism' (P. Rosier, ed. Broadsheet – twenty years of Broadsheet magazine, Auckland: New Women's Press. 1992, p. 45). Among the most active of these Pākehā anti-racists were radical feminists such as the women in this photo, seen marching to the Waitangi national marae on Waitangi Day 1983.
Te whakamahi i tēnei tūemi
Photograph by Gil Hanly
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