- 13 Feb 2000
- Laufiso, Marie Evotia, 1963-
Marie Evotia Laufiso born Dunedin 1963. Gives family backgrond - mother came to New Zealand ca 1960 and father ca 1962. Recalls childhood being raised, mainly by mother; reading and its influence; starting a Pacific Islands club; racist attitudes; mother's involvement with Pacifica [Pacific Island version of Maori Women's Welfare League] and self starting Young Pacifica. Describes Freedom Roadworks and its vision. Mentions Hine Wirangi from Hamilton. Talks about involvement with Te Hui Oranga which takes the issues of a Nuclear Free and Independent Pacific to Maori communities in particular, as well as Pacific Island and Pakeha communities. Discusses involvement with CORSO and Decolonisation workshops.
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Interviewer(s) - Cecily McNeill
Arrangement: Tape numbers - OHC-011207-011209 ; OHC-005494-005496
Quantity: 3 C60 cassette(s). 1 printed abstract(s). 3 Hours Duration.
Finding Aids: Abstract Available - abstracting complete OHA-3919.
2 coloured photographs of [Marie Laufiso]
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Alternative form available: Listening copies OHLC-005494 - OHLC-005496
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- CORSO oral history project
- 3 C60 cassette(s), 1 printed abstract(s), 3 Hours Duration, Oral histories, Illustration: 2 coloured photographs of [Marie Laufiso]
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