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https://nzhistory.govt.nz/culture/suffrage125

"An exciting new themed page on the Ministry’s NZHistory created for the Suffrage 125 commemoration. Here you will find content that explores women’s suffrage, the history of the women’s movement and contemporary women’s rights activism in New Zealand.

A key feature of the page is an exhibit focusing on three waves of feminism – the 1890s suffragists, 1970s women’s liberation and activists today.

‘Women, the Vote and Activism’ includes a timeline, a portal to the Suffrage Petition, a video about Zines and links to a range of information. The page is intended to be a resource for people wanting a broad range of information relevant to Suffrage 125 – librarians, students, teachers, and the general public. We will be adding more stories to the page throughout 2018 including a series of Today in Historyfeatures, more women activist stories, and learning resources in The Classroom."

Manatū Taonga - Ministry of Culture and Heritage.

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