Sandra Coney and Bronwyn Labrum: Women Now

From Sunday Morning, 10:05 am on 16 September 2018

A new book, Women Now: the Legacy of Female Suffrage, looks at what has been achieved, 125 years since New Zealand women won the right to vote - and use objects from Te Papa's collection as a starting point for conversation. Twelve essays make up the book including one by Sandra Coney. Women Now is edited by Dr Bronwyn Labrum, head of NZ and Pacific cultures at Te Papa Tongarewa. Sandra and Bronwyn talk about the book and suffrage.