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International Feature – Culture
Still are Warriors  The Georgia Straight

The resurgence of traditional tattooing, or moko, among the New Zealand Maori is an expression of self-determination and empowerment in a society that once oppressed them.

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“A new generation, full of angry Maori pride, has embraced traditional moko as a way to help them define and assert their place in modern New Zealand. It is part of a movement sweeping the globe that includes First Nations like British Columbia’s Nisga’a and Haida vindicating themselves politically and culturally following a century of colonial oppression. As the visual expression of political activism and cultural reawakening, moko is energizing a Maori renaissance, Hatfield says.”