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|
|Constitutional/Electoral Reform - What's the difference? Is it important?||Conference of Churches in Aotearoa New Zealand||This teaching resource is designed to lead groups through a series of sessions for understanding the Treaty and engaging with the issue of constitutional reform. There are three different designs aimed at differing lengths of time and group structures. Supporting material is included.||
Comments on the contents and the suggested process,Working with a group - options a,b,c, Te Tiriti o Waitangi,Closing address by Ngai Tahu Claimants, "The Right to Learn",
|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|
|Methodist Conference 1994||Methodist Church||Three resolutions passed at Methodist Conference calling on parishes to give priority to the study of Te Whero!, to forge relations with groups who have a similar vision of constitutional reform, and to request that the government enter into a process through hui with Te Iwi Maori on constitutional review based on the declaration of Independence.|
|Māori Seabed Foreshore||unknown||Tino Rangatiratanga flag accompanied by words: Māori Seabed Foreshore|
|Maori Respond to Repulican Push by PM & PM Responds||Fox, Derek||Transcript of a Mana News Report on the Maori response to the idea of a Republic. Report led by Derek Fox includes interviews with Ranginui Walker, Joe Williams, Moana Jackson and Apirana Mahuika. Transcript of an interview by Mana News Andrew Robb with PM Jim Bolger.|
|Deliberate Decisions Not Participate in the Maori Option||Mana News||Transcript of broadcast on Mana News on the decision by many Maori to not register or vote in the general election as protest.Story by Andrew Robb with comment by Moana Jackson.|
|Responses to PM's Republic Call||Morning Report||Transcript of interviews on Radio New Zealand's Morning Report on the question of Republicanism. Inteview includes comments from Labour leader Helen Clark, Maori Council member Manu Paul and commentator Derek Fox.|
|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.||Transcript|
|Kawanatanga Network, Network Waitangi, Not in Our Name (NION)||Kawanatanga Network||Treaty education and activist groups report on issues including the government proposed 'fiscal envelope' and proposed constitutional change. Mention is made of the Whanganui Iwi occupation of Pakaitore (Moutoa Gardens.||
Kawanatanga Network Meeting held in April, Network Waitangi, Not in Our Name.
|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"|
|Misc Papers concerning Joint Statement by Church Leaders - 1990 Commemoration||Conference of Churches in Aotearoa New Zealand||Various background papers, letters, articles and supporting materials on the work towards a Church joint statement on the New Zealand 1990 Sesquicentennial.|
|Services to Maori - National Library||National Library||Web content from on the National Library describing services to Maori||Services to Maori, Takawaenga-a-Rohe, Komiti Whakahaere, Fucntions of the Services to Maori Unit, Komitit Matua, Maori Collections and Services, Starting points for Maori Internet resources, Further Information|
|Waitangi Day Hamilton||unknown||White T shirt with small logo and words 'Waitangi Day, Hamilton City', front top right|
|Māori Sovereignty now - honour the Treaty||unknown||Words on front 'Māori Sovereignty now'; on the back 'Honour the Treaty'|
|Te Ahi Kaa - What do Maori Nationalists Want?||Legate, Nicola||Written by Pakeha journalist Nicola Legat, reporting on the tino rangatiratanga aspiration, analysis and vision by Te Ahi Kaa activists.|
|Information key to Maori attitude||Rikys, Peter||Written by the Auckland District Maori Council press officer, this article illustrates injustice experienced by Maori (rural and urban differently) and the ongoing colonialism and marginalization by the Government of Maori aspiration. He questions the way by which information is expressed and delivered to both Maori and Pakeha and the consequence of an ill informed public.|