The Aftermath of Waitangi – Building a National Movement



Ripeka Evens outlines the history of protest and the fight for civil rights and land – Te Mana Moari Motukake. She adds commentary on organizing and revolutionary change and in going forward the requirements for building a radical Maori national movement.

Table of contents

Introduction, The Fight for Maori Civil Rights, The Fight for the Retention of Maori Land, A Revolutionary Goal, Towards a National Movement.

Primary author: Evans, Ripeka

Author biography: Māori

Publisher: Unknown

Publication format: Magazine article, Essay

Publication date: C1983

Publication place: Unknown

Publication availability: Yes

Publication location: Treaty Resource Centre

Content type: Treaty generally, History, Protest, Oppression, Strategy

Collection: Mitzi Nairn

Tikanga Māori: Te reo Māori, Whenua

Informal group: Māori, Indigenous peoples

General related topics: Colonisation, First Peoples' rights, Social change – society, Social change – organisations, Tino rangatiratanga

Historical period: 20th

Related people: Ripeka Evans

Resources: Land