Some thoughts for Pakehas working against racism



This paper discusses thoughts in which Pakeha can come to terms with racism by understanding just distribution of political and economic power.

Table of contents

Some thoughts for Pakehas working against racism — Becoming antiracist/Racists — The Treaty of Waitangi and Pakeha responsiblity – directions for the future — Newspaper cuttings: Pakeha culture — Do Pahehas have a culture by David McGill — Te Pakeha: the search for white identity by Carroll Wall — And now…the Pakeha perspective.



Primary author: Auckland Committee on Racism and Discrimination

Author biography: Māori, Pākehā

Publisher: Auckland Committee on Racism and Discrimination

Publication format: Discussion document/proposal, Education resource, Hand-out, Journal article, Magazine article, Newspaper article

Publication date: 1987

Publication place: Auckland

Publication availability: Yes

Publication location: Treaty Resource Centre

Catalog reference: T1 – Treaty and Local Govt (1980s)

Content type: History, Injustice, Kawanatanga, Oppression, Treaty generally

Sector: Education – tertiary, Education – Treaty, government regional or local, Justice

Culture related topics: Bi-cultural, Concept of culture

General related topics: Behavioural change, Colonisation, Equity/justice/fairness

Historical period: 20th