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: 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.
|Te Tiriti o Waitangi: He Teka||Waitangi Action Committee|
|Waitangi Action Committee Newsletter: Oketopa 1983||Waitangi Action Committee||
Poroporoaki mo Mac Piripi, Brian Leopu me Hone Toru; 1984 March to Waitangi; 10km Run; Waitangi Action Committee Sponsor Form; Tent Marae - Aperira Papuni; 1978 Great plans; 1983 - and still hoping; Kotahitanga; Hands off Grenada - Mere Taylor; Calendar; Resources available from the W.A.C Office
|Waitangi Action Committee Newsletter: Noema me Tihema 1983||Waitangi Action Committee||
Introduction - Hinehware co-ordinator; Te Komiti mo te hikoi ki Waitangi hui Dec 2-4th 1983 - Press Release; Ika; Latin American solidarity seminar - Nov 5th - Aperira Papuni; Resolutions from 1983 Conferences; Methodist moes towards a bi-cultural church; Te Runanga Whakawhanunga; Anglican Church; Catholic Church; Support Te Reo Maori; N.C.C Programme on Racism - Bob Scott; Minority Rights -immigration and discriimination; Mana Motuhaki - Matiu Rata; Calendar; More balanced view of Maoridom urged; Te Ropu Papatuanuku - Ronnie Leef; 10 km Run; Waitangi Action Committee sponsor form; Resources available from the W.A.C Office
|Waitangi Action Committee Newsletter: Hanuere me Pepuere 1984||Waitangi Action Committee||
Introduction - Hinewhare, Co-ordinator; Te Tiriti o Waitangi - Arapera; Nothing has changed; Waitangi Day 1984 - A Pakeha Perspective - Bob Scott; Waitangi 1984 Protest - a marchers perspective - Paki; Waitangi Day protest - Christchurch 1984 - Mei Heremaia; Great Barrier Island; Northern Safari - official Army statement 15/8/83; Waihheke Block - Sandra Searancke; Hikoi 84 - Hone Harawira; Larry Anderson and Waipareira; American Indian Movement; Big Mountain Alert mobilization 1984; Freedom and Justice for Dennis Banks; Kaho'olawe: Sacred Hawaiian Island under attack!; Independence Now;
|Waitangi Action Committee Newsletter: Hurae 1984||Waitangi Action Committee||
Te Wa o Te Reo Maori - Lee Smith; Snap elections - Political party views on the Treaty of Waitangi me nga mea Maori; Te Runanga - Waitangi Committee; Awhitu Victory; Secondary Students' Action Day; Letter from Hinewhare - Great Turtle Island; Atoll tests report 'total cover-up'; Action alert - 28 June 1984; Rally for Independence & Against the French Nuclear Tests - Tahiti March 3 1984; Kanak update - Susanna Ounei; Notices
|Waitangi Action Committee Newsletter: December 1984||Waitangi Action Committee||
Introducton - Hinewhare, co-cordinator; Calendar; Stage One - Resolutions from Turangawaewae hui, Sep 14-16 1984; Stage Two - Statements of distortion; Stage three - Open letter to Hiwi Tauroa, reaffirmation of WAC stand; Stage Four - Kotahitanga hui , Wai o Hiki Marae, Press Release - Hone Ngata; Stage Five - Te Runanga o Waitangi submissions - Rev. Manuhuia Bennett; Stage six - Stop the celebrations and call the hui at Waitangi; Te Reo Oranga o te Moana Nui a Kiwa - Hilda Halkyard-Harawira; Dennis Banks political prisoner; The Maori Womens Secreteriat - a big con job - Hilda Halkyard-Harawira; Lie of the Land; Gifts of Tribal Land: what happens when the trive wants the land back; Whakarewa timeline: thou shalt not covet thy neighbours house; Resources available from the W.A.C Office
|Waitangi Action Committee Newsletter: January 1985||Waitangi Action Committee||
Introduction - Hinewhare, co-ordinator; The March is on - resolution: Te Runanga o te Kotahitanga o Aotearoa, Parihaka January 13, 1985; Statements on Waitangi; Overseas; United Peoples Liberation Movement of Aotearoa; Mana Motuhake: Matiu Rata, President, Mana Motuhake Political Party, 1983; Resolution 1984 Hui; Paremoremo Maximum Security Prison; Nelson Waitangi Action Alliance; Maori Council of Churches;
|Waitangi Action Committee Newsletter: April 1985||Waitangi Action Committee||Welcome letter to all Subscribers from Waitangi Action Committee Co-ordinator Hinewhare Harawira|
|Waitangi Action Committee Newsletter: May - June 1985||Waitangi Action Committee||
Introduction - Hinewhare; The future is in our hands - you can be part of the solution; Waitangi 1986: what is there to celebrate?; Te Maori; South Pacific Cultural Festival Tahiti, June 29; Waitangi Action Committee Media Release - Pacific People Anti-Nuclear Action Committee; Resolution from Maori artists and Writers - Tamaki Makaurau; Te Reo Oranga o te Moana Nui a Kiwa; Meeting with the Governor-General designate and Waitangi Action Committee; Auckland Regional Conference of teh Labour Party - Otara May 10-12 - Hinewhare: Action Alert - Wrongful Eviction; Basic roles within WAC
|Waitangi Action Committee Newsletter: July 1985||Waitangi Action Committee||
Introductin - Hinewhare; Peace Voyage still on; Media release: embargoed till mid-day Wed 24th July 1985; To the members of the Auckland Hospital Board Appeal Committee - 24 July 1985; NZ Herald - Adoption; Maori presentation Conference: Turangawaewae Marae April 26,26 1985 - Plenary Resolutions; He Kohikohinga Whakaaro; International Indian Treaty Council
|Waitangi Action Committee Newsletter: August 1985||Waitangi Action Committee||
Introduction - Hinewhare; Te Wai Hono a Kupe - Urgent appeal for financial assistance; Panui for Pacific Peoples Anti-Nuclear Action Committee; International year of Peace; The peoples Charter for Nuclear Free Pacific; International Indian Treaty Council; Proclamation sovereign Dineh Nation; Maori support for Tahitian Independence; NZ Herald - Vega Sails on Fifth trip to Mururoa; Hawaiki Nui; South Pacific Studies Centre; Discussion paper: Bill of Rights - Waitangi Action Committee, Aug 1985; NZ Herald: Bill of Rights spurned at hui; Pacific Peoples Anti-Nuclear Action Committee
|Waitangi Action Committee Newsletter: September & October 1985||Waitangi Action Committee|
|Waitangi Action Committee Newsletter: November, December 1985, January 1986||Waitangi Action Committee||
introduction - Hinewhare; Waitangi Hui: 4-6 Feb 1985 Future Commenorations; Government Calls Halt to Treaty Cermonies at Waitangi; NZ Herald: Maoris both angry and happy; NZ Herald articles; People oposed to Waitangi; The National Council of Churches in New Zealand press release - we have reached a turning point in that the observance has moved to Wellington; The Treaty of Waitangi - The Treaty has not been hooured; How will you prepare for Waitangi Day 1986; Britain: What are we in Britain doinf for Waitangi day?/Week Febbruary 6th 1986; Oppose the Royal Tour; Waitangi: What the Treaty promised Maori peple; Kanak Independence now - Sep 24 Solidarity action; Report of Queenstown Action; Maori / Indidan Solidarity; Letter to supporters by Larry Anderson; U.S. Out of Big Mountain; Fact sheet; Sovereign Dineh Nation; Resources available 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 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
|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 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.|
|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.