Journalist Becomes First Person With Māori Face Tattoo To Anchor News Program

Journalist Becomes First Person With Māori Face Tattoo To Anchor News Program
Oriini Kaipara, a member of the Māori tribe in New Zealand, made history by becoming the first to anchor a primetime news broadcast with a traditional lower chin tattoo called a moko kauae. The tattoo symbolizes a woman's rite of passage from girl to adult. The 37-year-old anchored the evening news on Monday for Newshub Live as a substitute for the show's hosts, The Indian Express

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