Prisoner Portrait Exhibition Launches
Teina Pora and Louise Nicholas are household names in New Zealand, and they have become faces of innocence and advocacy.
Now portraits of them, as well as past and present prisoners, are part of a new exhibition, aiming to show the faces of New Zealanders whose identities are intertwined with the justice system.
The exhibition commemorates the 800th anniversary of the signing of the Magna Carta, a document that established that the law should apply to everyone.
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