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In New Zealand, young Māori women lead the battle for indigenous rights

Reuters Sunday, 11 August 2019
Five years ago, law graduate Pania Newton and her cousins got together around a kitchen table and agreed to do everything in their power to prevent a housing development on a south Auckland site considered sacred by local Māori.
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