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Māori have a long history of protest, over issues ranging from land loss and language revival to exclusion from rugby tours of South Africa. Acts of protest have included Hōne Heke repeatedly demolishing the Kororāreka flagstaff, Parihaka residents disrupting surveys of confiscated lands, the 1975 hīkoi (land march) to Parliament, and Ngāti Whātua’s 506-day occupation of Bastion Point.
These biographies were originally published in the printed Dictionary of New Zealand Biography between 1990 and 2000, and in the parallel Māori language series Nga Tangata Taumata Rau which is also available in our Māori Collection at DU422.8DIC. You can view in Māori and English. The DNZB does not include living people.
From Statistics New Zealand this link provides access to the following : Te Ao Mārama has statistics about Māori well-being and development from a Māori perspective. Te Kupenga gives an overall picture of the social, cultural, and economic well-being of Māori in New Zealand. The survey also provides important information about the health of the Māori language and culture.