Report – By Daniel Drageset
Social justice photographer John Miller believes his work brings alive issues for young people today and is a critical historical record.
Outlining the origins of the Nuclear-Free and Independent Pacific (NFIP) movement, he spoke at a public seminar about the 1985 Rainbow Warrior bombing, the hikoi and how the NFIP song Ngā Iwi E became a popular waiata in New Zealand.
Ngā Iwi E was written originally for the Fourth Pacific Festival of Arts in New Caledonia, but that was called off in solidarity with Kanak Socialist National Liberation Front (FLNKS) protests against French colonial rule. Read more »