The Price of Peace
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The Price of Peace

An in-depth portrait of Maori political activist Tame Iti and the Urewera Four
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John Ahni Schertow
July 4, 2015
 

Directed by investigative journalist Kim Webby, The Price Of Peace is an enlightening and moving portrait of Tūhoe activist, artist and kaumatua Tame Iti, covering his arrest and trial as one of the “Urewera Four” and encompassing 170 years of struggle between Ngāi Tūhoe and the New Zealand Government.

The Price of Peace

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