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|
|He Wakaputanga o Te Rangatiratanga o Nu Tireni = The Declaration of Independence & The Treaty of Waitangi||unknown||A brief explanation of the signing of the Declaration of Independence in 1835 and of the Treaty of Waitangi in 1840. Maori text and English translations (literal and English text)of both documents included.||
The Declaration of Independence, The Treaty of Waitangi
|Know where you stand - pay the rent on Māori land||unknown||Know where you stand - pay the rent on Māori land T shirt|
|Legislative Violations of the Treaty: 1840-1990||unknown||This timeline resource covers legislative violations of the Treaty since 1840. It includes land ownership figures stating that in 1840 Maori owned 66,400,000 acres of land and in 1975 Maori land was reduced to 3,000,000 acres. The chronology of settlement includes early Maori settlement from c800AD through to the 1986 census records reflecting an ethnic diversity and total population figure.||
Legislative violations of the Treaty, Chronology of Settlement
|Unite to fight racism||unknown||T shirt with the words 'Unite to fight racism' on the front and 'Aongatete 1984' on the back|
|Treaty Belongs to All Maoris||unknown||A report on Maori Council of Churches call that no one group of Maori can claim the Treaty of Waitangi as its special sacred document and on the detail of the Te Kotahitanga movements planned march to Waitangi|
|No title||unknown||This page includes a quote from the chief Nopera Panakaraeo at Waitangi, where he stated "the shadow of the land passes to the Queen, but the substance remains with us". Mention is made of the role of the missionaries in interpretation and the application of the Christian understandings of the governance relationships in the Middle East at the time of Jesus as an analogy for understanding Treaty.|
|Stuff the fiscal envelope - Support Māori sovereignty||unknown||T-shirt with lettering on front: 'Stuff the fiscal envelope - Support Māori sovereignty', with design showing a warning sign superimposed over an envelope|
|Project Waitangi Legal Structure||unknown||A discussion document exploring the options and question of legal status for Project Waitangi work||
Do you need a legal structure? If so, what type? Do you want to be charitable?
|Te Tiriti o Waitangi A broken contract||unknown||Image of a document ripped in half vertically with the words TE TIRITI O WAITANGI above and A BROKEN CONTRACT below|
|Aotearoa is Māori Land - Honour the Treaty||unknown||double koru design enclosing the words: Aotearoa is Māori Land, Honour the Treaty, Stop the Celebrations|
|Lunatic Asylums Department created - first social service Department in New Zealand||unknown||History and information regarding the creation of the first social service department in New Zealand. The Lunatic Asylum.|
|immigrant||unknown||Displays one word on the front: 'immigrant' and on the back are the words 'Where do you stand on Māori land?'|
|Waitangi - Ka whawhai tonu matou||unknown||The word 'Waitangi' sits above design, with the words 'Ka Whawhai tonu matou' below|
|Separation||unknown||This page addresses questions raised around the fear that bi-culturalism will separate Maori and Pakeha. It reports the findings of an unknown committee addressing questions of bi-cultural development.|
|Background events related to current Foreshore/Seabed issue||unknown||
16th -17th centuries events; Events list from 1763 to 2005; Stakeholders in Foreshore/Seabed issues.
|Graphics - Illustrating Racism||unknown||Two advertisements of a similar time period (c1950s)that use racist and stereotyping images of Maori as primitive to promote products. Adverts are promoting tea and an oven.||
Oh, That Tiger, Py Korry! If we only had a 'champion"
|Māori Sovereignty now - honour the Treaty||unknown||Words on front 'Māori Sovereignty now'; on the back 'Honour the Treaty'|
|Notes of Evidence and Judgement of H.R.H Paul, D.J. and Lawyers Submissions||unknown||Transcript of the court case held in the Kaikohe District Court 23 March 1983. Police versus Russell Victor Cook charged on disorderly behaviour relating to an action at Waitangi Day 1983.||
|Race Relations||unknown||Brief summaries with further references and study questions on issues realted to New Zealand Race Relations.||
Social Change and Race Relations, Conflict and Race Relations, Continuity and Race Relations, Short History of Race Relations in New Zealand, Sociological Perspectives on Race Relations, Approaches to Studying Race Relations.
|Te Tiriti O Waitangi - Workshop Readings||unknown||A series of articles, including pointers to further reading, for deepening understanding of the Treaty of Waitangi, to include an analysis of Racism - personal and institutional with focus on the health and eduction sector. The workbook includes a timeline and notes on further action titled 'What can we do?'. Articles included by authors, M.H. Durie, J. Ritchie, E.J. Fuli, K. Irwin and I. Ramsdem.||
Acknowledgements, Recommended Reading, Cultural Differences,Nga Matatini Maori Diverse Maori Realities, Becoming Bicultural, Chronological history of the Treaty of Waitangi, Wananga Tuarua: Mahi Tuatoru - Consultation and the Treaty of Waitangi in the Health Sector, Personal Racism and Institutional Racism,Racism and Education,What can we do? Notes