These resources, from the Treaty and anti-racism movements, relate to events and actions from the 1960s to the present day. They come from a number of collections being held by TRC that are presently being digitised.
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|Title||Primary author||Content description||Table of contents|
|Waitangi Action Committee Newsletter: January 1988||Waitangi Action Committee||
Introduction - Julie steward; Tai Tokerau-Te Kawariki; Waitangi Action; Important Notice about Corporatisation and your wahi Tapu!!; NZ Participation: What is there to Celebrate!!!; Recognise Koori; Update Tauranga-Ngati Tamarawaho Claim; Letter to Ms T Harawira from Minister of Justice regarding opposition of the Ngati Hau Trust Board to the proposal to site a prison at Whakapara; Letter to Minister of Justice from Mrs T Harawira; Maoris fight plan to build prison-NZ Herald; Action Alert: Background on Waihopai; Action Proposal for a Nuclear Free And Independent Pacific; Resolution on Kanaky; Resolution on East Timor; Resolution on Fiji; Resolution on US Military Bases, Nuclearization and Invervention in the Phillipines; Resolution on Belau; Resolution on the Marshall Islands; Resosultuion on Hawaii Nei; Resolution/Actio proposals from Aotearoa Delegation; Resources available from the W.A.C. Office
|Waitangi Action Alliance - Newsletter No 6 October-November 1983||Waitangi Action Committee||
Introduction; Harmonious Race-Relations; The Treaty of Waitangi - an overview; Hokowhitu Domain-Cultural imperialism in the 'City of Roses'; Te Kotahitanga o Waiariki - Paora Maxwell; National Waitangi Hui; For Sale; The Murder of Paul Chase; The Waitangi Action Alliance Newsletter subscription form
|Waitangi Action Committee Newsletter: Education Kitset Tuatahi||Waitangi Action Committee||
The struggle of the Maori people - Maori Peoples Liberation Movement of Aotearoa; Excerpts from The Passage of Maori Land into Pakeha Ownership - Betty Williams; What does the Treaty of Waitangi mean to you; Motunui - a paper presented at Te Huinga Rangatahi 1983; Thinking Big and Te Atiawa Fisheries Rights - Matiu Rata; Te Tiriti o Waitangi
|National Waitangi hui report, Turangawaewae Marae, Waikato||Waitangi Action Committee||Discussions on Waitangi, in particular, the legals, moral, political, and historical ramifications of the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi. It was also a forum for tribal and group submissions on actions to be takend to overcome problem that affect Maori people, arising out of the signing of the Treaty.||
Opening and formal submissios; Workshop reports; WAC Submissions; Media report on the formal recommendations of the hui; Comments on Submissions; The work goes on- open letters; Hikoi ki Waitangi - 1985; Why do we march?; Why Waitangi?; Why not march to parliament?; Okay, so it's Waitangi. How will it be organised?; Goal.
|Waitangi Action Committee Newsletter: February/March 1990||Waitangi Action Committee||
Introduction- Hinewhare Harawira; Trespass notice; Treaty not honoured says Bishop Vercoe; Ancestors navigated by the same stars; Progress in putting things right; Hone Harawira, spokesperson for kia whakataara; Whanaugantanga; Where indeed were you! - Titewhai Harawira; Signifiacances of Maori language names in 1990 - Te Ika a Maui; Working Group Indigenous Peoples; Ngai Tamarawaho action alert; a new direction for CORSO Aotearoa.
|Waitangi Action Committee Newsletter: January 8 1981||Waitangi Action Committee||
Waitangi Protest Action; Hawaiian Activist- Soli Niheu Itinerary; To All Supporters- Social Invite; Public Meeting notice
|Waitangi Action Committee Newsletter: September 1981||Waitangi Action Committee||
Introduction and Statement; Support from Hawaii; Social notice; Harrassment of Waitangi demonstrators continues; Geneva Conference; Tai Tokerau Kaumatua Council-Paepae Witehira; Press Statement Attorney General; Great Ngapuhi Chief Kawiti Dies; The Treaty is a fraud; Panui - press release from Mt Eden Prison 4/9/1981; Letter to the H-Block Committee- support committee for Irish Hunger striker and Iris Independence; Stop Press Notice - Waitangi Action Committee to co-ordinate activites from Te Moana Resource Centre; Racism Definitions; Some t;houghts for Pakehas working against Racism; The White Male Club; Motis; New Perspectives on Race;
|Te Maori:Maori art from New Zealand collections - An alternative Maori voice||Waitangi Action Committee||Press statement, embargoed till Sept 10 1984 for simultaneous release to coincide with the opening of Te Maori in New York, Sept 10 1984. This statement is in protest of the Te Maori exhibition to New York|
|Waitangi Action Committee Newsletter: May 12 1982||Waitangi Action Committee||
Introduction; Report on Waitangi Nationa Hui - 30th April to 2nd May 1982; Waitangi Defence Komiti Report; Calendar for May
|Te Tiriti o Waitangi: He Teka||Waitangi Action Committee|
|Waitangi Action Committee Newsletter: June 1982||Waitangi Action Committee||
Introduction; Waitangi 82; Waitangi Defence; Police Weapons at Waitangi; Waitangi Action Committee financial Report 81-82; Maori ; Building a national movement
|Waitangi Action Committee Newsletter: July, August 1982||Waitangi Action Committee||
Mihi; Tai Tokerau Speaking Tour; Feedback from Don Ross-Whangarei; Waitangi Defence Komiti Report; International Solidarity for Aboriginals sought; Huihuinga; Routine stuff; Subscriptions; Stop Press statement from prison by Marx Jones; Patu 5
|Waitangi Action Committee Newsletter: April 16 1982||Waitangi Action Committee||
Mihi; Waitangi National Hui 30th April - 2nd May 1982
|Waitangi Action Committee Newsletter: Pepuere 1983||Waitangi Action Committee||Reports of Waitangi Day activities, protest activities and support actions.||
Introduction from co-ordinator; Waitangi Protest 1983; Protest activities in Auckland; Sunday - Waitangi Day; Waitangi Action Alliance; Waitangi Day Ecumenical Church Service; Victory at Waitangi - Matiu Chase; National messages and actions of support and solidarity; International messages and actions of support and solidarity; Guam - organisation of people for indigenous rights - Robert A Underwood; Whites, women and waitangi - Ripeka Evans; Resources availavle from the W.A.C Office.
|Waitangi Action Committee and Waitangi Defence Committee: Newsletter 1981 March 9||Waitangi Action Committee and Waitangi Defence Committee||Newsletter of the Waitangi Action Committee and Waitangi Defence Committee acknowledges the support and the protest action at Waitangi 1981 and follows up with articles and news since the arrests and actions the month prior.||
1981 - Nationwide Protests Against the Treaty of Waitangi, International Support, Re banning of Hawaiians from Marae, The Tim Shadboldt Issue, Waitangi Day 'Shameful' say Churches, Statement of Support, Waitangi 1981 - letter to Tai Tokerau District Maori Council, Investiture Ceremony - Operation of the State Forces, 9 arrested, 5 defendants refuse bail at Whangarei Court, Formation of Defence Committee, Hui at Waitangi March 27, How can you help?; He Panui na Ben Dalton & Hone Pani Tamati Waka Nene Harawira for Waitangi Defence Committee; Police invaded the Waitangi Marae; Notices Nov 1st to Nov 11th.
|1993 United Nations Year of Indigenous Peoples||Waitangi Associates||He korero whakaari mai i Te Runanga o Nga Pihopa Katorika o Aotearoa - Niu Tireni (NZ Catholic Bishops Statement). The inauguration of the United Nations International Year of the Indigenous People 1993, provides an opportunity for the international community to focus on and respond to some of the needs of indigenous peoples.|
|A brief chronology of health among Maori and Pakeha||Waitangi Consultancy Group||This resources is reviews Maori and Pakeha health from 1769 to 1980's. It shows the decline of Maori health since colonisation. It is in chronological order.|
|A brief timeline of social welfare in Aotearoa/New Zealand||Waitangi Consultancy Group||This paper shows the development of a Social Welfare system in Aotearoa and makes connections between the economic and social policies of today and the policies of the last 150 years. It also explores how the position of Maori people within this system has largely been dictated by those who benefited most from the unjust alienation of Maori land. The timeline ranges from 1846 to 1991|
|A brief timeline of how the land of Aotearoa/New Zealand came into Pakeha control||Waitangi Consultancy Group||A timeline of colonisation reporting events, legislation, legal findings and protest from 1840-1990.||
A brief timeline of how the land of Aotearoa/New Zealand came into Pakeha control
|Orakei||Waitangi Tribunal||A fold out resource kit for schools, including a detailed map showing the prossive lossive the Orakei land block.||
Ngāti Whatua- the People of Orakei; The Founding of Auckland; The Loss of the Orakei Block; Resolving the Grievances of the Past; A summary of the Tribunal Report; The Orakei Block Today.