GIBB, Aroha Maria interviewed by Rebecca Amundsen
Record Group — Box: 26
This interview is part of the Headcases Collaborative Art Project, done in conjunction with the Southland Festival of the Arts and the Cancer Society. In this interview Aroha gives a history of her family, education, employment, her engagement in Maori Culture and her children’s interests. She then tells of her diagnosis with cancer and her journey through this e.g. treatment, how she and her family coped, and getting involved in Headcases.
- Amundsen, Rebecca (Interviewer, Person)
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