Maori peoples liberation Movement of Aotearoa – Newsletter issue no. 4, Feb-May 1981




Table of contents

Why land-grabbers government refuses to ratify Waitangi treaty; Waitangi 1981; Tama tu, tama ora, tama noho, tama mate; Schools are geared to turning out factory fodder; HART protests against South Africans sneaking into Veterans’ games; Maori and Polynesian groups against the tour; Mass protest exposes growing police state; Picket laws will not stop workers’ struggle; Raglan Maori awarded costs on land case; Maori women most disadvantaged; The musics in their fight; Awhitu Block; Hawaiin activist Soli Niheu tours NZ; Change things by Red Flag bush band; Of Limousines and tooth fairies; Song of the changer Ka’ehu; Housing action – people vs state; Lest we forget; Portrait of a hunger striker; The lark by Bobby Sands; Irish struggle against British imperialism; Pacific peoples unite; Government to legislate for Australian Nuclear industry; Face off over nuclear dumping in Pacific; USP students stage antinuclear rally; disarmers in uniforms; Marcos faces a fight on reactor; Pacific Island waste storage site sought; Reagon wants neutron bomb; Aust. Soveeignty under threat from B-52s; Stockholm international peace institute; Testing la Bombe in French Polynesia;



Primary author: Maori Peoples Liberation Movement of Aotearoa

Author biography: Māori, Pākehā, Other ethnicity

Publisher: Maori Peoples Liberation Movement of Aotearoa

Publication format: Newsletter

Publication date: 1981

Publication place: Otara, Auckland

Publication availability: Yes

Publication location: Treaty Resource Centre

Catalog reference: AMPLM – 1

Content type: History, Injustice, Oppression, Protest, Responses

Sector: Education – tertiary, Education – Treaty, Justice

Informal group: Indigenous peoples, Māori, Polynesians

General related topics: Equity/justice/fairness, First Peoples' rights, Human rights, Tino rangatiratanga

Historical period: 19th