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Manuscript number: NZMS 845
Author: CARE (Citizens Association for Racial Equality)
Title: Records.
Subjects: Social action groups; Race relations -- New Zealand
Time period: 1960's - 1990's
Bio Note: Founded in 1964, CARE promoted social justice and racial equality for over 28 years against stubborn and often bitter opposition. Over this period, CARE promoted the interests of minority groups disadvantaged by majority assumptions, traditions, prejudices, and self-interest. They remorselessly brought pressure to bear on politicians and continuously prodded the public conscience. While considerable energy was directed at racial equality in sports, in particular Springbok rugby teams, CARE was also concerned at the New Zealand Government’s support for the Smith regime in Rhodesia. It also worked within Polynesian migrant communities and ran Study/Action groups that operated inquiry centres for newcomers to the city offering budgetary advice, homework centres, and generally increasing awareness of racial injustice.
Physical description: thirteen boxes and one folder
Collection: New Zealand manuscripts
Finding aid: Inventory 60
Restrictions: Some items in this collection are restricted under the Privacy Act 1993. These are identified in the Inventory. Please contact a Manuscript Librarian regarding access to restricted items.

Abstract

Consists of agendas, minutes, newsletters and correspondence as well as subject files relating to the organisation.

Series 1 Administration

Series 2 General Correspondence

Series 3 Correspondence and sundry papers

Series 3.1 Africa, Apartheid and Springbok Tour

Series 3.2 Allied organisations

Series 3.3 Australia and aborigines

Series 3.4 Broadcasting

Series 3.5 Education

Series 3.6 Individuals

Series 3.7 Immigration

Series 3.8 Maori

Series 3.9 Police and Courts

Series 3.10 Sundry

Series 4 Ephemera and newsletters

Series 5 Speeches and papers

Series 6 Periodicals

Series 7 Publications

Series 8 Posters and outsized

Series 9 Clippings

Inventory

NZMS 845 CARE Citizens Association for Racial Equality records compiled by M Donald 2010 Sir George Grey Special Collections Ta Hori Kerei – Nga kohinga taonga whakahirahira Contents Background 2 Processing Notes 2 Inventory Series 1 Administration 3 Series 2 General Correspondence 5 Series 3 Correspondence and sundry papers Series 3.1 Africa, Apartheid and Springbok Tour 13 Series 3.2 Allied organisations 14 Series 3.3 Australia and aborigines 18 Series 3.4 Broadcasting 18 Series 3.5 Education 19 Series 3.6 Individuals 22 Series 3.7 Immigration 24 Series 3.8 Maori 24 Series 3.9 Police and Courts 26 Series 3.10 Sundry 27 Series 4 Ephemera and newsletters 29 Series 5 Speeches and papers 30 Series 6 Periodicals 34 Series 7 Publications 38 Series 8 Posters and outsized 42 Series 9 Clippings 43 Background Founded in 1964, CARE promoted social justice and racial equality for over 28 years against stubborn and often bitter opposition. Over this period, CARE promoted the interests of minority groups disadvantaged by majority assumptions, traditions, prejudices, and self-interest. They remorselessly brought pressure to bear on politicians and continuously prodded the public conscience. While considerable energy was directed at racial equality in sports, in particular Springbok rugby teams, CARE was also concerned at the New Zealand Government’s support for the Smith regime in Rhodesia. It also worked within Polynesian migrant communities and ran Study/Action groups that operated inquiry centres for newcomers to the city offering budgetary advice, homework centres, and generally increasing awareness of racial injustice. Processing notes While much of the collection consisted on loose papers, the collection contained a significant number of original files from which an arrangement could be reconstructed. The file contents did not necessarily correspond to the contents; consequently, a significant number of new file titles have been applied. Exceptions to this will be identified by (file title). The term ‘file title’ denotes that this was an original title used in by CARE. While care was taken in respect des fonds within individual files, there was insufficient information to replicate to the original filing system. Consequently, an arrangement similar to the ACORD collection has been applied. For example, most material relating to education, individuals, immigration etc have been drawn together. All acidic folders were replaced with acid free folders. All acidic packaging has been discarded unless an integral part of the collection. The arrangement and description of all but Series 6 and 7 are the work of Mary Donald. Series 6 and 7 were arranged and described by Helen Stevens. Privacy issues / restricted files: Files containing sensitive material covered by the Privacy Act 1993 have been removed from the relevant series and are stored in RESTRICTED Boxes. Access to restricted files is at the discretion of the Manuscripts Librarian Inventory Series 1 Administration 1.1 Constitution Includes amendments 1970; suggested amendments n.d.; amendments 1972 1.2 Minutes Jul 11 1976 – May 4 1980. 1 vol. 1.3 Minutes Jul 4 1982 – May 4 1986. 1 vol. 1.4 Minutes Jun 8 1986 – Aug 6 1989. 1 vol. 1.5 Minutes Sep 3 1989 – Dec 11 1992. Includes final meeting. 1 vol. Minutes of General meeting 10 Feb 1993 re: process for winding up CARE 1.6 Membership List – local committees and contacts of CARE… n.d.; list of people at a meeting and wanting a copy of proceedings n.d. 1.7 Minutes, reports, news sheets and newsletters Sundry minutes including Quarterly General Meeting 21/3/1969, Minutes Exec 21/6/1972. Also newsletters 1966-70; news sheets 1973 – 1974; 1.8 Meeting papers, newsletters, notices Part 1 Sundry papers 1969 – 1973. Includes Annual Reports 1969-73; notice of Annual General Meeting 1971, Operation Prism newsletters; submission of CARE presented to the Johnson Committee set up by the Hon. Minister of Education 1973; notices of meeting and events. 1.9 Meeting papers, newsletters, notices Part 2 Sundry papers 1974 – 1980. Includes Newsletters 1974 – 75, 77; Secretary’s report to CARE Committee April 1974; CARE Magazine No 1 – 4; Annual Report 1975, 76- ; Annual general meetings – agenda Nov 1975 with results of CARE survey of parliamentary candidates’ views in Auckland area; brochures and broadsheets. Also Libel Action Against Prime Minister in Supreme Court, Auckland July 4 – 15 1977 (CARE vs. Robert Muldoon) 1.10 Meeting papers, newsletters, notices Sundry papers 1972 – 1993. Includes part of an unidentified report on the anti tour protest movement in Auckland 1973; Report on the CARE seminar on Justice and Race 1973; report on meeting of ATOM (1973?); minutes of the Auckland Anti-Tour Liaison and Support Committee 1973. Includes notes, ephemera and other sundry papers. 1.11 CARE Management Committee Meeting agenda 1972-1973, Minutes 1968 - 1969 1.12 Minutes and annual reports Annual reports 1969-72, 1975-80 and sundry AGM agenda and correspondence 1.13 Waikato Branch Newsletter n.d. 1.14 Christchurch Branch Sundry minutes 1969; newsletters April 1970 and April 1971 1.15 Dunedin Branch Annual Report 1970; Newsletters March 1970, Feb and August 1972 1.16 Annual Reports 1969; 1972; 1973; 1975 1.17 Newsletters 1968 – 1973 Incomplete run. Includes Report on Homework Centres Meeting 8/3/1969. Also A report by Tom Newnham, Secretary, NZ Citizens Association for Racial Equality on the New Zealand non-governmental anti-apartheid mission to the United National Special Commission on Apartheid Special Session 21st – 23rd March 1972. 1.18 Newsletters and notices Sundry draft articles, notes etc. Also CARE’s submission regarding the Maori Affairs Amendment Bill 1967 1.19 CARE News Backgrounder Service Includes a plan showing names of individuals responsible for backgrounder distribution, notes and correspondence from distributors, etc 1.20 CARE News and Backgrounder (file title) Draft copy of issues 1, 2, 5 – 8, 1971; Also Backgrounder supplied by CARE Feb 23 1967 Dennis Brutus, an interview by Douglas Brown and Myrna Blumberg 1.21 PRISM (Passive but absolute invasion of Springbok Matches) Newsletters 4 – 7, 10 and 11. Also invitation to join, pamphlet how to practice nonviolence and Operation PRISM Training manual for non-violent action against Springbok Tour 1973 1.22 CARE submissions Includes A report by Tom Newnham, Secretary, NZ Citizens Association for Racial Equality on the New Zealand non-governmental anti-apartheid mission to the United National Special Commission on Apartheid Special Session 21st – 23rd March 1972; The Maori Affairs Amendment Bill 1967; Submission to the Minister of Immigration and the Committee conducting a review of New Zealand’s Immigration policy by CARE on behalf of the Auckland Consultation on Maori and Non-Maori Polynesians in Pakeha industry 1.23 Press releases Sundry press releases 1969 - 1973 1.24 CARE / HART (file title) Part 1 of 3 Meeting papers 1969 – 1973. Relates to co-operative action taken by NZ social justice organisations. Includes minutes of CARE and HART meetings, minutes of the National Anti Apartheid Committee, newsletters, flyers, correspondence etc. Also CARE Annual Report 1969 1.25 CARE / HART (file title) Part 2 of 3 Meeting papers 1969 – 1973. Relates to co-operative action taken by NZ social justice organisations. Includes CARE constitution 1970; CARE correspondence 1969 – 1970; Minutes of CARE Dunedin branch 11/3/?; HART Constitution n.d.; Letter from Sam to Tom Newnham reporting on Dennis Brutus’s tour 1969; sundry correspondence; Extract from transcript on Prime Minister’s Press Conference 15 Sep 1972. Also an attendance list for Samoan language class 1970 1.26 CARE / HART (file title) Part 3 of 3 Meeting papers 1967 – 1973. Relates to co-operative action taken by NZ social justice organisations. Includes CARE correspondence, statement from Auckland Council on Vietnam, notes on meetings etc; CARE’s report to the Commission of Inquiry into Housing 1970; HART; report form Ruapotaka Homework Centre 1.27 Sundry 1967 - 1969 Sundry papers including The Engineers’ Mistake, May Day, Auckland 1979 – a summary courtesy of the Auckland Anglican Maori Mission, June 1979; Secretary’s report presented to the CARE AGM 1968; and other meeting papers 1.28 Audits, Accounts and Procedures Sundry 1989 – 1992. Includes correspondence between CARE treasurer and CARE accountant regarding the 1988/1989 annual accounts. Also a statement of income and expenditure for the year ending 30 Sep 1992. 1.29 Annual Accounts Statements of Income and Expenditure for the years ending Sept 1973; 1974;1976; 1977; 1978;1979; 1981; 1983; 1984; 1985; 1986; 1987; 1988; 1989; 1990; 1991 1.30 CARE to investigate (file title) A collection of papers and reports on Maori and education including Maori Policy1984; Geoffrey Palmer, Labour and Waitangi 1984; Wally Penetito, Taha Maori and the Core Curriculum 1984; Ian Mitchell, Manufacturing Maori Failure by Examination n.d. ; P.J. Heremaia, Marae as a learning environment in secondary schools n.d.; T McCreanor, TOSCA Thesis Précis n.d.(1984?); Martin Kealey, meat and veges: an ethnographical study of two grammar school classes 1984; Haonga te Matauranga 1984; Review of Children’s and Young Persons Legislation – public discussion paper 1984 1.31 Reports and sundry 1966 - 1970 Sundry papers including notices for Seminar on New Zealand’s Immigration Policy. Auckland,1968; brief for the proposed Porirua Family Centre 1966; Defence and Aid Fund – great Britain report 1966-1967; Report on the Joint Activities of the Irish Defence and Aid Fund and the Irish Anti-Apartheid movement 1966-67; and other similar international bodies; etc Series 2 General Correspondence Arranged chronologically. The description provides a rough guide to the contents ` only and most folders contain other significant items 2.1 Correspondence 1964 - 1965 Predominantly correspondence with Mrs Gladys Salter regarding Solly Sach’s speaking tour of New Zealand 1964. Includes letters to Carol Campion from Elsie Locke and Richard Thompson regarding Solly Sachs tour requirements; The Acceptable Deception a copy of an open letter to Mr T C Morrison, Chairman of the NZ Rugby Football Union n.d. Correspondents include Society of Friends; Joan Maclager (sp?) re possible Colin Tatz tour 1964; Spiritual Assembly of the Baha’is of the City of Auckland; NZ Labour Party. NZ Maori Council etc 2.2 Correspondence 1964 - 1968 Predominantly correspondence but includes minutes of the Seminar Committee Dec 1967 and Jan, Feb, Apr, May 1968; correspondence with like minded organisations including Union of Australian Women and the New Zealand Rhodesia Society. Also correspondence and papers relating to the Robert Resha tour 1966; distribution of CARE brochures and publications. Also the CND membership list; 2.3 Correspondence 1965 – 69 Part 1 of 2 Predominantly correspondence to/from Tom Newnham, Secretary CARE. Includes Ardmore College; University of Canterbury (Lonsdale Scholarship); Judith Todd tour; Dennis Brutus tour; New Zealand Defence and Aid Fund for South Africa; Hillary College; and other sundry letters from individuals such as Elsie Locke; 2.4 Correspondence 1965 – 69 Part 2 of 2 Predominantly correspondence to/from Tom Newnham, Secretary CARE. Includes Police National Headquarters; Waihi Police station re planned protest at Waihi Beach; Dennis Brutus tour; Judith Todd tour; New Zealand Defence and Aid Fund for South Africa; Robert Resha tour; CARE’s financial situation; Social Security Dept (new settlers); Also letters regarding newspaper articles; racial discrimination in sport and homework centres 2.5 Correspondence 1965 – 1971 Includes correspondence with Mabel Wilson; South African Cricket Team; Sharpeville Day petition 1970; Maori Research Centre, Waikato University; Also minutes of the Auckland Anti-Tour Liaison and Support Committee Jan 19 ?; Campaign against sporting contact with South Africa 1968. Also a copy of CARE publication New Zealand a multicultural society 1980 2.6 Correspondence, Government Departments (file title) 1965 – 1972 Predominantly correspondence to/from Tom Newnham, Secretary CARE. Includes Foreign Affairs (Springbok tour); NZ Police Aug 1972 (complaint against police harassment); Minister of Justice 1969 (Polling places for Maori in Auckland); Dept of Education; Director General of Broadcasting (re ‘Maori side step’); NZBC. (Judith Todd tour); University of Canterbury (Lonsdale Scholarship); Labour Dept (Polynesian unemployment); Maori Affairs; State Advances and Housing. Also, see 2.4 and 2.5 – items removed from this file in order to allow free access. 2.7 Correspondence, Government Departments File A. RESTRICTED Privacy Act 1993 Originally part of 2.3. Removed to allow free access to the remaining items within the file. Correspondence with the office of the Minister of State Advances regarding the pending eviction of [INFORMATION RESTRICTED] See also 3.6.20 2.8 Correspondence, Government Departments File B. RESTRICTED Privacy Act 1993 Originally part of 2.3. Removed to allow free access to the remaining items within the file. Correspondence regarding [INFORMATION RESTRICTED] Fijian students. 1967 2.9 Correspondence 1967-1971 Includes correspondence regarding victims of the Wanki Colliery disaster in Rhodesia 1972; transcript of conversation between Rev. Bob Scott and Mr Abdul Abbas, Kimberley 21 July 1972 re rugby and South Africa; the visit of an all- white South African life saving team 1971; New Zealand Race Relations Council; 10th British Commonwealth Games 1974; Documentary White Africa and NZBC and other television programmes. Also a letter from Whetu Tirikatene – Sullivan and a copy of reply to a question in the House regarding race relations and apartheid 1968; etc 2.10 Correspondence 1967-1971, Overseas. (file title) Includes correspondence with organisations such as African National Conference; the International Defence and Aid Fund; British Commonwealth Games Association; Organisation of African Unity; SAN-ROC; South African Lawn Tennis Union; Campaign Against Racialism in Sport; ICARIS (International Campaign Against Racism in Sport); Council of Aboriginal Rights; etc. Also letters regarding Robert Resha’s visit to NZ; various sports issues; a proposed visit to NZ by Garfield Todd; etc. 2.11 Correspondence 1966-1973 Mainly with editors and CARE press releases. Mentions the film End of the Dialogue; Springbok tour 1972; apartheid in sport; Apartheid: the politics of sport by Rt. Rev. C. Edward Crowther n.d; racial discrimination regarding house rental; etc 2.12 Correspondence 1967-1973 Predominantly correspondence of Tom Newnham. Includes NZ rugby tour of South Africa and Maori being accepted as honorary whites; Keith Sorrenson’s letter to Prime Minister Keith Holyoake re the situation in Rhodesia; Robert Resha tour NZ 1967; etc 2.13 Correspondence and sundry papers 1968-1969 Includes newsletters and broadsheets such as Christchurch CARE (Apr 1970), newsletter from the Holy Trinity Rectory, Lesotho 1969; memo from the Avondale Ministers’ Association regarding the proposed rugby tour 1970. Also South Africa heading for Racial War farewell statement by Robert Resha; itinerary of Dennis Brutus for his NZ tour. Also the following booklets Ratana Youth Rally 1969; Trial of Mrs Winnie Mandela and her 21 co-accused. Etc 2.14 Correspondence and sundry papers 1968-1971 Includes information on Judith Todd’s NZ tour 1969; anti-apartheid action; South African rugby tour of Ireland; South African athletes completing in NZ; paper titled Springboks, beauty queens and apartheid -Information South Africa and analysis published by International Assoc for Cultural Freedom. Socialist Action Vol. 2 No 4 March 20 1970 Remember Sharpeville; etc 2.15 Correspondence – letter to the Press (file title) 1968-1971 Letter to NZ Press Association re anti-tour march down Queens Street, Auckland. 1969; the New Zealand Herald; The Press; Auckland Star; The Dominion, Eve magazine etc. Subjects focus on apartheid. Judith Todd’s tour of NZ, anti rugby tour etc 2.16 Correspondence 1968-1973 Part 1 Predominantly correspondence to/from Tom Newnham. Includes New Zealand race relations Council regarding unity of anti-tour groups; HART tour of Peter McGregor; notes on the deputation of Anti-apartheid organisations to Prime Minister on Springbok Tour Jan 1973; Organisation of African Unity; Maori Organisation on Human Rights to journalist Warwick Roger; Nelson Action 1973 (Oliver Sutherland); Robert Resha NZ Itinerary 1966; 2.17 Correspondence 1968-1973 Part 2 Predominantly correspondence to/from Tom Newnham. Includes New Zealand National Commission for UNESCO 1973; Julius Miserere, Prime Minister of Tanzania re the imprisonment of Hassan Sheikh 1971; to the Unit on Apartheid, UN, New York re Report on activity in New Zealand on March 21st 1969; Press statement by Norman Kirk On All Black Tour of South Africa 1969; Lonsdale Scholarship; Question to Police after protest action 1969; letter to International Defence & Aid Fund, London re action in New Zealand 1968; etc 2.18 Correspondence 1969-1970 Predominantly correspondence to/from Tom Newnham. Includes a hand written list of members/contacts with addresses; South African & Rhodesian Educational Refugees and the SCAAP Scheme 1970; acknowledgement of donations; distribution of publications etc 2.19 Correspondence 1969-1972, Part 1 of 2 Includes Arawa Maori Trust Board re their All Black tour statement in newspaper, 1969; representations to the Prime Minister with reference to apartheid, NZ Federation of Labour 1970; sundry anti apartheid clippings; African National Congress re South Africa Freedom Day 1971; letter from Helen Suzan regarding an article quoting her in the Dominion May 1970; correspondence relating to the Commonwealth Games Christchurch; Rhodesian scholarships 1971; letter from Dunedin branch March 1971; new Zealand Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa 1971; Moratorium for Black Rights 1972; etc 2.20 Correspondence 1969-1972, Part 2 of 2 Letter from Gary Clover regarding the establishment of Anti-apartheid Information Service A.I.S. and trade embargos / sport event embargos against South Africa; correspondence re meetings etc; Tom Newnham to new Christchurch Group 1972; Uganda expelling Asians 1972; NZ Polo team touring South Africa and Rhodesia 1972; Also Inside Rhodesia Vol. 1 No 2 Apr/May 1971; Keith Holyoake re scholarships for Rhodesian Africans 1971; letter from Godfrey Beck, Botswana and newspaper clipping Johannesburg Star May 1972; etc 2.21 Correspondence – letter to the Prime Minister (file title) 1966-1972, Part 1 of 3 Requesting a public inquiry into the aims and activities of ‘Friends of South Africa’, ‘Friends of Rhodesia’, the ‘Aid Rhodesia Movement’ and the ‘NZ Rhodesia Society’ 1972; other South Africa and apartheid issues; Maori and difficulties with past election 1966; New Zealand aid in Southeast Asia including establishment of a milk industry in Cambodia 1966; All Black tour 1969; political prisoners in Rhodesia 1972; Rhodesian tobacco 1972; etc 2.22 Correspondence – letter to the Prime Minister, (file title) 1966-1972, Part 2 of 3 Includes apartheid 1971; sporting relations with South Africa; sanctions against Rhodesia and South Africa 1972; French nuclear testing in the Pacific 1972; Winnie Mandela’s trial 1970; Mohd. Sharif bin Bulat 1970; Mr and Mrs J Taylor; International Year to Combat Racism 1970. Etc 2.23 Correspondence – letter to the Prime Minister (file title) 1966-1972, Part 3 of 3 Includes correspondence from Sir Keith Holyoake regarding the government’s stand on apartheid and sport 1969 - 72; Winnie Mandela trial 1970; issues relating to Maori supporters travelling to South Africa with the All Blacks 1970; issues relating to Asian New Zealanders entrance into Australian, etc 2.24 Correspondence – mainly M.Ps, 1969 - 1972 Includes correspondence with various members of parliament including Matiu Rata and Whetu Tirikatene Sullivan, Sir Keith Holyoake, Jonathan Hunt etc. Includes correspondence regarding racial discrimination at the Papakura Club and other similar organisations 1967, etc 2.25 Correspondence and sundry papers. 1969-1972 Mainly protest and anti-tour. Includes telegrams and correspondence from members of parliament 1972; a broadsheet titled How many times can a man turn his head? and other ephemera; sundry PRISM and HART papers regarding non-violent protest; clippings; distribution of anti-tour leaflets; South African Friends Association; Also photographic negatives – possibly a meeting or working bee. Etc 2.26 Correspondence and sundry papers, 1969-1973, File 1 Mainly anti rugby tour. Includes correspondence and papers relating to racial discrimination such as applications for visas for Maoris intending to visit South Africa for the rugby tour. 1969; press releases 1969 – 1970; Includes a translation of a Maori letter regarding the effects of colonisation he Korero ki nga Tamatoa – The call of the Land by Saana Murray etc 2.27 Correspondence and sundry papers, 1969-1973, File 2, Part 1 of 3 Predominantly anti tour and anti apartheid correspondence and ephemera such as notice for a No Tours Rally at Western Springs; letter to NZBC re challenging reporting; apartheid in sport; PRISM; the International Defence and Aid Fund; South African Women’s Hockey Union 1971; Self determination for French Pacific Territories by Tom Newnham ; an unattributed paper Nailed to your placard about protesting against the Vietnam war during Air Vice Marshall Ky’s visit to New Zealand (includes draft); letter from John Barton, New Plymouth with 66 suggested placard inscriptions on anti Springbok tour theme 1973; brief summary on CARE Cookbook, Alister Taylor 1973; etc 2.28 Correspondence and sundry papers, 1969-1973, File 2, Part 2 of 3 Predominantly anti tour and anti apartheid correspondence and ephemera such as training camps in non-violent action 1972; correspondence from the Commonwealth Secretariat, London re sanctions against Rhodesia 1972; press releases; correspondence with prime minister and members of parliament etc 2.29 Correspondence and sundry papers, 1969-1973, File 2, Part 3 of 3 Predominantly anti tour and anti apartheid correspondence and ephemera such as letter to Mr Musembu Mbathi, chairman, Kenya Olympic and Commonwealth Games Association 1969; etc 2.30 Correspondence and sundry papers, 1969-1973, File 3 Includes correspondence regarding the formation of a Wellington branch of CARE 1972; letter to Michael Parkinson, Sunday Times London re multi racial sport in South Africa 1969; open letter from Veronica Downey of Glenfield to Sir Richard Wild regarding apartheid and sport – includes a poem Just a mother 1970; proposed aims and objectives for the Polynesia Arts and Crafts Centre Cultural 1973. Includes ephemera. 2.31 Correspondence and sundry papers, 1969-1973, File 4 Predominantly anti apartheid correspondence. Includes a paper on the Maori Affairs Amendment Bill 1967 prepared by CARE; press release regarding South African surf life saving 1973; correspondence relating to the Commonwealth Games, Christchurch; etc. Also a copy of Objective: Justice, United National Activity Against Apartheid, Racial discrimination and Colonialism Vol. 3 No 2 April-June 1971 2.32 Correspondence and sundry papers, 1969-1973, File 5 Predominantly correspondence to/from Tom Newnham for CARE. Mainly protest and anti rugby tour. Includes the results of a survey Views on South African Rugby Tour 1972; Remit for NZUSA International Commission regarding sporting contact between NZ, South Africa and Rhodesia 1969; etc 2.33 Correspondence – re publication of articles/broadcast, (file title) 1970 Predominantly correspondence to/from Tom Newnham for CARE. Consists of correspondence regarding publication of anti apartheid articles. M.P.K. Sorrenson, John Male, Phillip Soljak and A H W Williams for CARE 2.34 Correspondence 1970 – 1973, File 1, Part 1 of 2 Predominantly correspondence to/from Tom Newnham for CARE. Sundry correspondence including French nuclear testing 1970; Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, NZ Section; sale of Apartheid is not a game; Auckland Urban Renewal Steering Committee 1970; Ponsonby Community Centre Standing Conference 1970; anti- apartheid; Market Research (NZ) Ltd results to three questions on Springbok tour 1972; letter to the Mayor of Christchurch regarding the Commonwealth Games 1972; HART, Christchurch; apartheid and sport 2.35 Correspondence 1970–1973, File 1, Part 2 of 2 Predominantly correspondence to/from Tom Newnham for CARE. Includes South African Dr Aziz Kazi’s re immigration to NZ 1970; correspondence on local issues such as Mr and Mrs J Taylor – state rental accommodation, homework centres, new constitution for the Papakura Working men’s Club, support for a Polynesian radio station. Also articles in the Cook Island News concerning an amendment to the Cook Islands Entry and Departure Ordinance 1963 2.36 Correspondence 1970–1973, File 2. Part 1 of 2 Predominantly correspondence to/from Tom Newnham for CARE. Includes correspondence regarding sports and apartheid; a letter regarding Lockwood (houses) in South Africa and the possible use of black and coloured labour at reduced rates of pay; etc. Also a copy of The South African Government’s Growing Persecution of Christians a document for the Rt. Hon the Prime Minister prepared by Rev Godfrey Wilson, Wellington 1972. 2.37 Correspondence 1970–1973, File 2. Part 2 of 2 Predominantly correspondence to/from Tom Newnham for CARE. Includes sports and apartheid; SOUL (Social United Liberals – political party); letter to Dr D Craven, South African Rugby Board 1973; visit of all white South African Life Saving team 1971; letter re approaching visit to Auckland by Eddison Zvobgo 1973; etc. Includes papers relating to the Ponsonby Community Standing Conference 1970 2.38 Correspondence - For Action (file title) 1971 A list of correspondence for Action. Includes Dennis Brutus, SANROC and a programme Transvaal Cricket Federation – Transvaal vs. Western Province Dec 1971 and Transvaal vs. Eastern Province Jan 1972 2.39 Correspondence, Delegation to the PM 1971 (file title) Includes letters re invitation to join delegation and telegrams of support for boycott on South African sport. Also includes an small orange sticker ‘Don’t play with apartheid; stop the seventy tour’ 2.40 Correspondence 1971-1973, File 1, Part 1 of 4 Predominantly correspondence to/from Tom Newnham for CARE. Includes a letter to Dr Cecil Lewis, School of Medicine, Auckland re the role of CARE 1970; Pacific Island migrants and housing 1972; French nuclear testing in Pacific 1972; Resistance newsletter Dec 1972; international sport and apartheid; Lonsdale scholarship; HART ephemera; 2.41 Correspondence 1971-1973, File 1, Part 2 of 4 Predominantly correspondence to/from Tom Newnham for CARE. Racism in sport; Rewi Alley For Maori and Pakeha Too 1969; HART; Privacy issues – [INFORMATION RESTRICTED] (Cook Island teacher); Poster Evelyn Reed; etc 2.42 Correspondence 1971-1973, Part 3 of 4. RESTRICTED Privacy Act 1993 Letter removed from folder 2.40 concerning [INFORMATION RESTRICTED] Hospital matron [INFORMATION RESTRICTED] and Medical Superintendent [INFORMATION RESTRICTED] 2.43 Correspondence 1971-1973, File 1, Part 4 of 4. RESTRICTED Privacy Act 1993 Letter removed from folder 2.40 concerning the employment of [INFORMATION RESTRICTED] Polynesian teacher, 1971 2.44 Correspondence 1971-1973, File 2, Part 1 of 2 Predominantly correspondence to/from Tom Newnham for CARE. Includes congratulatory letter to Norman Kirk; the Anti-apartheid Movement; Basil Bowes; New Zealand’s Immigration policy; sports and South Africa; letters regarding harassment of CARE members at Hamilton rugby game 1972; illegal importation of Rhodesian tobacco 1972; HART; etc 2.45 Correspondence 1971-1973, File 2, Part 2 of 2 Predominantly correspondence to/from Tom Newnham for CARE. Includes UNNESCO Rules on South African Racism 1971; rugby and South Africa; a list of motions intended for the Marist Bros Old Boys Rugby Football Club (AUCK) AGM 1972; copy of outgoing letter to Chris re action required to stop Springbok tour, January 1972; Campaign against apartheid in sport; nuclear free Pacific; open letter to friends from John Osmers, Holy Trinity rectory, Lesotho 1970; 2.46 Correspondence 1971 – 1973, File 3 Includes correspondence with P.M. Norman Kirk, Feb 1973; Danie Craven Mar 1973; Press releases May 1973. Also Dennis Brutus 1971; review of the book The revolt of the black athlete Harry Edwards, The Free Press, New York; Lonsdale Scholarship 1973; four ‘true stories’ of racial discrimination in schools; etc. 2.47 Correspondence 1972 Predominantly inward correspondence including requests for information about CARE and anti apartheid information; some suggestions for effective protest; possible petitions and referendum; etc 2.48 Correspondence – Anti-apartheid (file title), 1972–1985, Part 1 of 3 Including letters between P.M. David Lange and Keith Sorreson regarding calling off the pending All Black tour of South Africa 1985; sundry anti-apartheid ephemera; a letter to Prime Minster David Lange from black South African student Makgolo Makolo studying at Auckland University with supporting letters from Keith Sorrenson; CARE Statement on the Tour 27 July 1981 (following cancellation of Waikato game); Report and recommendations to the Prime Minister on Representations regarding the proposed Springbok Rugby Tour of New Zealand June 1981; Prof Keith Sorrenson’s outward correspondence regarding anti-tour issues. 2.49 Correspondence – Anti-apartheid (file title), 1972–1985, Part 2 of 3 Predominantly correspondence to/from Prof Keith Sorrenson of CARE. Includes South African investments in NZ Insurance 1978; sundry papers re Libel action against Prime Minister in Supreme Court Auckland July 4-15 1977 CARE takes Muldoon to court; letters regarding cost of court case 1978; ephemera associated with anti tour promotion; Ponsonby People Against the Tour 1974; Tom Newnham’s account of a 10 hour visit to Cape Town 1974; correspondence with Norman Kirk PM 1973; 2.50 Correspondence – Anti-apartheid (file title), 1972–1985, Part 3 of 3 Includes Operation Prism training manual for non-violent action 1973, flyers and broadsheets; Springbok Rugby Tour – correspondence between the Prime Minister and the NZ Rugby Football Union Jan-Feb 1973 pub Government Print 1973; Keith Sorrenson’s correspondence with Ministers of the Crown; etc. Also Report by T.O. Newnham, Secretary CARE on the NZ non-governmental anti-apartheid mission to the United Nations Special Committee on Apartheid Special Session, 21st – 23rd Mar 1972 2.51 Correspondence 1973 – 1988 Predominantly correspondence to/from M P K Sorrenson for CARE. Includes correspondence with Alexander Upham, Hillary College 1973; Mr Gnanansunderam, Church & Society Commission, National Council of Churches 1973-re discrimination against minorities; New Zealand Herald; Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament 1973; etc. 2.52 Correspondence 1976 Letter regarding CARE’s 1974 Annual report. Also a copy of Te Reo Maori, Maori language and the NZ Education Dept 2.53 Sundry correspondence 1979 Includes correspondence to and from Mary Hume, President of CARE. Includes a letter to Winifred McNaughton on her resignation from CARE. Also a transcript of an interview with Mary Hume talking about CARE 2.54 Sundry correspondence 1984 File 1 of 3 Predominantly correspondence to/from Ian Kahurangi Mitchell for CARE. Includes correspondence with PPTA regarding Maori teachers; Ngati Otara Marae Society Inc; Minutes of the Tamaki Makaurau Waitangi Protest meeting 15.11.1984; Maori and Polynesian social workers; Rehabilitation of Offenders Bill 1983; Open Government Report. 2.55 Sundry Correspondence 1984 File 2 of 3, RESTRICTED Privacy Act 1993 Removed from File 2.54. Re certificate of exemption for [INFORMATION RESTRICTED]. 2.56 Sundry Correspondence 1984 File 3 of 3 RESTRICTED Privacy Act 1993 Removed from File 2.54. Re Police assault on 15 year old Maori boy from Otara. [INFORMATION RESTRICTED]. 2.57 Correspondence 1984-1986 Predominantly correspondence to/from Tom Newnham for CARE. Includes an address by Mangosuthu G. Buthelezi, Chief Minister of KwaZulu of Inkatha and Chairman, The South African Black Alliance June 1986; letter to Trevor Richards HART regarding the Sanctions Against Apartheid Conference in Paris 1986; NZ Police regarding arrests at the Benson and Hedges Tennis Tournament, Wellington; letter from Bill Mitchell re forthcoming anti rugby tour protests; etc. 2.58 Correspondence 1984-1989 Includes letters regarding demise of University entrance exam and access to tertiary education; Maori Affairs Restructuring Bill; He Tirohanga Rangapu; Te Urupare Rangapu; CORSO; letter from Tom re teaching in Bailie School, Shandan, China – mentions Rewi Alley and likens school to Mt Albert Grammar; etc. 2.59 Correspondence – Current month’s business (file title) 1985 Includes overseas university students; review of universities; curriculum and assessment; Maori and Polynesian and the selection of intake to teacher training; etc. 2.60 Correspondence – Current month’s business (file title) 1985 Includes The Auckland Council for Civil Liberties re Papakura Normal School; Speech notes – Hon Geoffrey Palmer, Minister of Justice, Addresses the Prisoners’ Aid and Rehabilitation Society, Auckland Branch June 24 1985; letter to Vanya Lowry re new CARE letterhead; East Timor; Jill Amos – speech notes for an address to the Special Committee Against Apartheid speaking on behalf of CARE; letter from Peter Love, Parihaka Peace Foundation; complaint to Postmaster General regarding Barbara Shaw and her badge Stop the tour; etc 2.61 Correspondence 1988–1992 Part 1 of 3 Treaty of Waitangi issues; race relations; Anti-apartheid Movement, London; memorandum to the International Planned Parenthood Federation 1985; Whanganui River Maori Trust Board; etc. Also a letter to Tom from Percy Alison regarding racial discrimination in Waihi. Mentions issues at Akrad (radio and television factory) in 1944 and an issue for a Miner in 1948. 2.62 Correspondence 1988–1992 Part 2 of 3 Predominantly correspondence to/from Carol Symington for CARE. Includes NZ immigration policy; treaty of Waitangi and Aotearoa – New Zealand Action Campaign (ANZAC); The 25years of CARE booklet; Broadwood Area School; Unemployment and specifically Maori and Polynesians; CARE SQUAD – use of the name CARE; Smith and Caughey regarding racist advert; etc. 2.63 Correspondence 1988–1992 Part 3 of 3 RESTRICTED Privacy Act 1993 Originally in file 2.62. A single letter from J R Kelly CARE secretary to Noel Scott, Associate Minister of Education regarding lack of action of [INFORMATION RESTRICTED] expulsion from Manurewa High School 2.64 Correspondence 1992 Relates to the decision to wind up CARE. Includes Waitangi Tribunal Upholds Te Roroa Claims, 1992; 2.65 Correspondence 1980 - 1989 Series 3 Correspondence and sundry papers These files contain sundry papers all of which are on a specific topic. Files arranged chronologically within subject groupings. Additional information may be held in Series 2 General Correspondence. 3.1 Africa, Apartheid and Springbok Tour 3.1.1 Rhodesia Part 1 of 3 Sundry papers including Model United Nations Meeting on Rhodesia. Background paper: The case against the Smith regime. Henderson M Tapela. n.d.; The Rhodesian Commentary Vol. 1 No 9 May 16 1966, Vol. 1 No 10 May 30 19566 and Vol. 1 No 11 13th June 1966; notes regarding a debate in Salisbury on Constitutional Amendment Bill 31st August 1966; inward and outward correspondence - Prof Keith Sorrenson; Sorrenson’s letters to the Editor NZ Listener 1967; speech notes New Zealand and the Rhodesia Crisis: The lessons of history by Prof Keith Sorrenson 22 Nov 1967 3.1.2 Rhodesia Part 2 of 3 Sundry papers including correspondence with TV One 1976; photocopy of Rhodesia Land Tenure Act 1969; correspondence re Garfield and Judith Todd1972; Education and related social questions – a paper presented by Prof I Cumming at the Weekend seminar on The Rhodesian Question, Victoria University April 1970; Prof Keith Sorrenson’s correspondence regarding Rhodesia 3.1.3 Rhodesia Part 3 of 3 Piece of children’s artwork (folded) 3.1.4 Rhodesia – Garfield Todd Predominantly correspondence regarding Jody and Garfield Todd 1970 – 1972. Includes a copy of Inside Rhodesia Vol. 1 No 8 Dec 1971 3.1.5 Sports and Apartheid (file title) Correspondence and clippings relating to the Commonwealth Games 1988. Also a copy of Sport En Apartheid 6 Nov 1985; letters regarding sporting teams travelling overseas, HART etc. Also a copy of Shell Shock: the churches and the oil embargo written by Jean Sindab for the World Council of Churches 1989 3.1.6 Sport and South Africa Sundry letters regarding sports teams touring overseas. Mentions World Square tournament 1973; HART correspondence re Springbok tour 1973 and the Italian rugby team’s tour of SA 1973; Letters from SAN-ROC etc 3.1.7 South Africa (file title) White South Africa vs. the truth; How South Africa confuses the world about her racial policies. Not attributed. No date. 3.1.8 Springbok tour survey returns Returns for 1972 survey 3.1.9 Springbok tour survey returns Returns for 1973 survey 3.1.10 Trade Boycott of South Africa (file title) Sundry letters 1971. Also a copy of Wine Review Journal of the New Zealand Wine Industry, autumn 1971 3.1.11 Anti Springbok Tour - petition Petition circular and the list as printed in The Evening Post May 5 1970 3.2 Allied Organisations 3.2.1 Africa Briefing International Vol. 0 No. 0 Promotional issue May 31st 1973 with covering letter 3.2.2 African Bureau Document Paper No 1 March 1972 – The flesh and bones of apartheid; No. 3 August 1972 – Three African families; No.4 November 1972 Economic growth and poverty in SA: The role of foreign investment; No. 17 January 1972, Rhodesia: the impact of economic sanctions; No. 24 December 1972 – South Africa’s judiciary; 3.2.3 Auckland Anti-Tour Liaison Committee Includes minutes of meetings 1972 – 1973. Also ephemera regarding Sharpeville Day 3.2.4 Arohanui Inc Newsletter Nov. 1976 3.2.5 Auckland Vietnam Committee Circular (not dated) regarding Devonport Naval Base and the USA 3.2.6 Campaign Against Repression in Rhodesia Circular (dated Feb 18th – no year) demonstration to the British Consulate, Auckland regarding racial inequalities in Rhodesia 3.2.7 Civil Rights League Newsletters: Vol. XVI No 6 18/7/1969; Vol. XVI No.10 4/12/1969; Vol. XVII No. 2 13/2/1970; Vol. XVII No. 5 29/5/1970; Vol. XVII No.10 30/11/1970 3.2.8 Co-operative Enterprise Loan Trust (CELT) (file title) Correspondence 1988-89; CELT Newsletter Spring 1988; The second good money brochure 3.2.9 CORSO (file title) Correspondence with C.A.R.E. 1980s 3.2.10 CORSO (file title) Papers relating to the annual assembly 1987 3.2.11 CORSO (file title) Minutes and meeting papers 1988 - 1990 3.2.12 CORSO and CARE Sundry papers relating to funding issues such as fundraisers reports 1986. Also paper titled CORSO 1986: Some thoughts on the crisis 3.2.13 HART file 1 News releases, Newsletters, minutes etc 1971 (incomplete). Mentions South African Women’s Hockey tour; golf tournament in Auckland; softball championships in South Africa etc 3.2.14 HART file 2 Minutes October 1969 and March 2 1970; Minutes of Executive meeting Aug 4 (1970?); National newsletter 20 April 1971; flyer for Torchlight March and other sundry papers 3.2.15 HART file 3 Sundry papers including minutes, notices etc 1969 – 1970 South African Institute of Race Relations 3.2.16 HART file 4 HART News July No 6 (1972?); 3.2.17 Horouta Maori Committee Circulate style letter July 1967 regarding aims and objective of the committee 3.2.18 Inside Rhodesia Newsletter, Unknown publisher. Vol. 1 No. 3 and Vol. 1 No 4. The former appears to have been used in CARE’s Backgrounder No 7 3.2.19 International Campaign Against Racism on Sport (ICARIS) Sundry papers July 1972 re formation of ICARIS branch in London 3.2.20 International Defence Aid Sundry papers 1967 including letter to Jim Gale re support of victims of apartheid; correspondence between Tom Newnham and Dennis Brutus; a list of names of families of men executed for political offences; etc 3.2.21 Joint Working Party on Bastion Point Taihoa Bastion Point, stop the sub-division. A broadsheet outlining the background to protest. Includes a brief history (bullet points) and a request to return the land to Ngati Whatua. n.d. 3.2.22 Maori Research Centre Fund Progress reports and financial statements for March 1970 3.2.23 Maori Organisation On Human Rights (MOOHR) Sundry papers 1970 - 1973 re race relations and apartheid. Includes newsletters, notices and an open letter – Submissions to the Educational Development Conference n.d. 3.2.24 National Anti-Apartheid Committee Minutes for the meeting Sept 2nd 1972 and Dec 8th (1972?). Also a copy of Review of Recent Activities – New Zealand. April – November 1973 3.2.25 National Workers Party (NWP) File 1 Sundry papers 1984 – 1985. Includes correspondence, white supremist brochures such as Had enough whitey? Keep NZ White! And Taha Maori… White children under attack! 3.2.26 National Workers Party (NWP) File 2 CARE & NWP (file title). Sundry papers including examples of racist brochures; CARE correspondence with Department of Justice; a copy of court proceedings. Also a copy of Christian Action week June 24-July 1 containing an article Aotearoa: a brief history (p 3) 3.2.27 New Zealand China Society Ephemera – includes brochure and programme for Seminar on China 3.2.28 New Zealand Defence Fund for South Africa Two brochures 1970 and 1971; newsletters – No 2 Aug 1969; No 5 May 1970; No 6 Sep 1970; No 15 Nov 1972 3.2.29 New Zealand Education Department Office for Maori Education Newsletter June 1967 3.2.30 New Zealand Insurance (NZI) Annual Report 1973; The New Zealand Insurance Company Ltd – Its role in New Zealand’s progress n.d. C1974 3.2.31 New Zealand Peace Council Submission made by the New Zealand Peace Council to the Prime Minister, the right Honourable Keith Holyoake for your information and support regarding human rights n.d. 3.2.32 New Zealand Race Relations Council Sundry papers 1970 – 1971. Includes NZRRC constitution, minutes of meetings (incomplete), conference papers etc 3.2.33 NEXUS 2 copies of Objective: Justice 1970 3.2.34 Nga Tamatoa 2 copies of Te Reo Maori: Maori Language and the N.Z. Education Department published by Nga Tamatoa and CARE 1974 3.2.35 Organisation to Oppose the SIS Amendment Bill (O.A.S.I.S.B) Open letter and newsletter Sept 25th 1977 3.2.36 Polynesian Institute Draft of newsletter No. 4. (Newsletter by B (Barry?) Metcalf) 3.2.37 Polynesian Panther Party Newsletter Oct/Nov 1972; copy of Legal Aid booklet (published by Resistance, Queen St Auckland) 3.2.38 Project Waitangi Newsletter Oct 1990; Project Waitangi Resource List Feb 1990; The Net Working (Napier newsletter) 3.2.39 Resistance Newsletter and notice of Special Meeting Jan 1973 3.2.40 Social Action Newsletter Vol. 2 No 4 Fri March 20 1970. Remember Sharpeville 3.2.41 South Africa Defence Aid Fund in Australia (SADAF) Three newsletters – June 1970; Sept 1971; April 1973 3.2.42 South African Institute of Race Relations Correspondence to Eric Grimes 1954 – 1957 3.2.43 Te Hinge Ringtail O Aotearoa Newsletter August 27th (no year); submission to the NZ Maori Council on the issue of the All-Black Tour of South Africa and Rhodesia in 1970 3.2.44 United Nations Association of New Zealand Minutes of the Dominion Council 21st June 1969 3.2.45 University Christian Movement, Southern Africa Committee Southern Africa Vol. III No 1, January 1970 3.2.46 Values Party Auckland regional newsletter August 1973 3.2.47 Workers Education Association (WEA) Winter Programme 1969 3.2.48 World Council of Churches (OIKOUMENS) Sundry papers 1970 – 1972 3.2.49 World University Service (WUS) Press release on the position of Refugees from apartheid in Botswana n.d.; Report on the Whitlam Government’s policy of sanctions with Zimbabwe (Rhodesia) (1973?) 3.2.50 Zimbabwe African National Union (ZANU) Newsletters – Feb-April 1973; March 1973; June 1973; Series 3.3 Australia and aborigines 3.3.1 Aborigines (file title) File 1 Speech by The Hon W C Wentworth, M.P. on States grants (aboriginal advancement) Bill 1969 Second reading from the Parliamentary Debates 11 Sept 1969. With covering letter, 3.3.2 Aborigines (file title) File 2 Letter re racial harmony. Letter re Maori in Australia; broadsheet for Aborigine poet Kath Walker 1973 3.3.3 Aborigines Affairs (file title) Includes correspondence with Minister of Aboriginal Affairs, Canberra; Western Suburbs Branch, United National Association of Brisbane, The aborigines and Torres Islanders of Queensland. 1958. Brisbane.; Murray, William M (ed.), Struggle for dignity: a critical analysis of the Australian Aborigine today, the laws which govern him and their effects. Council of Aboriginal Rights (Vic). 1962. Melbourne.; Equal Wages for Aborigines Committee, The Facts on wage discrimination against aborigines. n.d.; Strehlow T G H, assimilation problems: the aborigine viewpoint. Aborigines Advancement League Inc of South Australia 1964; Aborigines Advancement League Smoke Signals Vol. 2, No.4 August 1963; Aborigines’ and Torres Strait Islanders’ Affairs Bill 1965; Queensland Council for the Advancement of Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders – newsletters – No 62 Aug 1968, No 62 Nov/Dec 1968 to No 66 June 1969, No 68 Sep/Oct 1969 – No 69 Nov/Dec 1969. Vol. II No 1 April 1970, No 3 July 1970, No 5 Sept 1970 to No 8 Jan/Feb 1971 3.3.4 Rights to enter Australia Correspondence 1969-1971 (4 items) 3.3.5 Waishing Petition Sundry papers regarding rights for Pakeha and Maori New Zealanders to have free rights to enter Australia; petition organised by CARE. Ron Waishing speaks of experience in Brisbane Series 3.4 Broadcasting 3.4.1 Access Radio Constitution of Access radio Inc 1987; First annual and financial reports 1988; Cue card for interview 14th April 3.4.2 Broadcasting (file title) Correspondence with the Regional Committee on Broadcasting 1984 – 1985. 3.4.3 Broadcasting Bill (file title) Copy of the Broadcasting Bill 1989; Media Aware A submission to the Planning and Development Committee on the Broadcasting Bill 1989 Feb 1989; Media Aware press releases; correspondence; clippings. 3.4.4 Broadcasting Tribunal – complaints (file title) Correspondence 1988 and 1990; clippings; Broadcasting Corporation of New Zealand Broadcasting Rules Committee – Television standards and rules June 1987; Broadcasting Corporation of New Zealand and the Independent Broadcasters Association Broadcasting Rules Committee – Radio Standards and Rules June 1987. Includes audio cassette titled Radio Pacific 3.4.5 Broadcasting Tribunal and Radio Pacific (file title) Part 1 of 2 Correspondence and sundry papers 1980 – 1988. Includes Exhibit 1 produced by D.S.R. Lowe for Radio Pacific Radio Pacific Race Relations File 3.4.6 Broadcasting Tribunal and Radio Pacific (file title) Part 2 of 2 Correspondence and sundry papers 1981 – 1987. Includes CARE submission before the Broadcasting tribunal. In the matter of Radio Pacific’s application for renewal of warrant 3.4.7 NZBC Correspondence 1971 3.4.8 Radio Pacific – other submissions (file title) Submissions to the Broadcasting Tribunal Series 3.5 Education 3.5.1 Aorere College (file title) Correspondence regarding the appointment of Board of Governors 1985. Mentions Hillary College, Southern Secondary Schools’ Board, etc 3.5.2 Core Curriculum (file title) Sundry papers 1984-85. Includes core curriculum discussions Notes of s meeting convened by the Minister of Education… and correspondence 3.5.3 Edgewater College (file title) Correspondence and clippings regarding South African student at Edgewater College 1984 3.5.4 Education Department: Post election briefing (file title) Letter of thanks from Office of Minister if Education 1984 3.5.5 Education Department – Picot Report (file title) Correspondence and clippings 1984 – 1985 3.5.6 Education Department - meeting with Dept Ed (file title) Correspondence regarding ‘disproportional number of Maori and Pacific Island students being suspended..” 1985 3.5.7 Fine Arts School (file title) Correspondence regarding Elam School of Fine Arts, University of Auckland. Maori and Pacific Island student participation 1984 3.5.8 Foreign Language Assistantship Scheme (file title) Correspondence 1984 regarding extension of scheme to include Maori 3.5.9 Homework Centres (file title) Undated circulars for recruitment of volunteers to work in Homework Centres; names and addresses of volunteers; etc 3.5.10 Intermediate Schools Issue (file title) Sundry papers 1984 – 1985 regarding Maori children in intermediate schools. 3.5.11 Intermediate Schools Issue – PEP programme Papers, 1985, relating to an unsuccessful application for a PEP worker to conduct a survey regarding Maori children in intermediate schools 3.5.12 Kamo High incident (file title) Letter and newspaper clipping regarding comment about Maori students made by Kamo principle 1985 3.5.13 Languages Policy; Dept of Education (file title) Correspondence 1984 - 1985 regarding the School Certificate Examination Board and Maori language 3.5.14 Metro: Henderson High School (file title) Letters 1990 regarding Metro’s (magazine) attack on Henderson School’s improved cultural awareness 3.5.15 Mt Roskill Language Unit (file title) Correspondence 1985 regarding the English Language Teaching Unit at Mount Roskill Grammar School 3.5.16 NZCER (file title) Correspondence and clippings 1984 – 1985 regarding the appointment and resignation of Dr Robert Wood as director of NZCER 3.5.17 New Zealand Education Dept (Maori Education) (file title) Newsletter June 1967 3.5.18 Papatoetoe High school (file title) Correspondence 1984 regarding equality for Maori and Pacific Island pupils 3.5.19 Penrose High School (file title) Correspondence 1985 regarding process the expulsion of students etc 3.5.20 PICC: Language classes (file title) Correspondence 1984 regarding funding of teachers salaries for Pacific Island languages 3.5.21 Polynesian 5th and 6th Form Conference, Otara College 1969 Notes from Debate ‘The Tour should not take place’ vs. ‘The Tour should take place’ 3.5.22 School Certificate and Results issue (file title) Part 1 of 3 Sundry papers relating to investigations into examination results 1984 - 1985 3.5.23 School Certificate and Results issue (file title) Part 2 of 3 Sundry papers relating to investigations into examination results 1984 – 1985 3.5.24 School Certificate and Results issue (file title) Part 3 of 3 Sundry papers relating to investigations into examination results 1984 - 1985 3.5.25 School Fees Issue (file title) Sundry papers relating to investigations into the payment of school fees 1984 - 1985 3.5.26 Secondary School teachers’ College, Auckland Programme for Education and Race Seminar 1973 3.5.27 Studentships Immigration etc (file title) Three letters and one telegram regarding scholarships for overseas students. Mentions Judith Todd and Ruverso September 1970 - 1971 3.5.28 Submission to Minister of Education (file title) Sundry papers 1984 – 1987. Includes NZ Educational Institute Annual Meeting 1987 Progress report on Maori Education – report to the annual meeting; New Zealand Educational Institute Policy Wellington 1985; correspondence etc 3.5.29 Tamaki College (file title) Sundry papers 1980 – 1985. Includes The Dept of Education’s Report on Tamaki College 1980 and 1985 3.5.30 Tangaroa College (file title) Sundry papers 1985. Includes Management Consultancy for Tangaroa College – a proposal by Dr Tom Prebble, Massey University 1985 3.5.31 Teacher Training (file title) Sundry papers 1984 – 1985 regarding recruitment of primary school trainees and in particular Maori and Pacific Islanders 3.5.32 Tertiary Education Issues (file title) Sundry papers 1984 – 1985 regarding Maori and Pacific Islanders in tertiary institutions 3.5.33 Universities (entry) and UE Maori scaling (file title) Sundry papers 1984 – 1985 regarding methods of assessment and amendments to the Act 3.5.34 Director General’s report 1983 (file title) Letters and clippings regarding the Director General’s report and his remarks regarding Maori educational achievement/m/non achievement 3.5.35 Ministerial Enquiry: Otara (file title) Correspondence and sundry papers regarding issues at Hillary and Tangaroa Colleges. (Ian Mitchell for CARE) 3.5.36 Pacific Island Education Issues (file title) Sundry papers 1984 – 1985 regarding the teaching of Polynesian languages. Mentions Pacific Islanders Educational Resource Centre 3.5.37 Secondary School Board issues (file title) Sundry papers 1984 – 1985 regarding election of School boards etc. Mentions Hillary College, South Auckland, the Southern Secondary Schools’ Board; Tangaroa College; Otara. Also includes a profile on Ian Mitchell (Ian Mitchell for CARE) 3.5.38 CARE Poll (file title) Gauging satisfaction/dissatisfaction with NZ education system meeting Maori needs Correspondence, notes, clippings and sundry papers 1984. Sample of replies including Eva Rickard. Series 3.6 Individuals 3.6.1 Allison, Percy Case (file title) RESTRICTED. Privacy Act 1993 Correspondence 1984, with [INFORMATION RESTRICTED] regarding his son’s loss of house possibly due to his solicitor’s mismanagement. 3.6.2 Barnitt, Bruce Undated open letter on New Plymouth Boys High School letterhead starting ‘Parliamentary boys, employers, employees – tell us – who comes first in the wrecking of our plant…’. Also Bruce Barnitt’s précis of Rev F W Boreham’s three act play Francis Xavier 3.6.3 Beck Family Flyer distributed by Friend for the Becks seeking support for the South African family. n.d. Uses CARE Post Office Box. 3.6.4 Brutus, Dennis Sundry papers 1970 regarding Dennis Brutus’s tour of New Zealand. Includes ticket to speaking function at Western Springs Stadium; Vorster’s new sports policy by Dennis Brutus for SANROC May 1971 etc 3.6.5 [INFORMATION RESTRICTED] (file title) RESTRICTED Privacy Act 1993 Correspondence from CARE to Advance Studies for teachers Unit, Dept of Education 1985 regarding [INFORMATION RESTRICTED] studies. 3.6.6 Graham, John Case (file title) Sundry papers, 1984, regarding Principal of Auckland Boys’ Grammar School, John Graham’s statement ‘that the reason why Maori are failing is because they are lazy’. The papers include letters to John Graham, the Minister of the Justice, the Race relations Conciliator and others. Also clippings 3.6.7 Ruru, Harvey (file title) Sundry papers 1988. Includes correspondence with Rev Harvey Ruru, regarding occupation of Whakarewa Home, Motueka and a dispute with the Anglican Church of New Zealand, a report to Synod 1988; letters to the Whakarewa School Trust Board media releases; clippings, etc 3.6.8 [INFORMATION RESTRICTED] Case (file title) RESTRICTED Privacy Act 1993 Correspondence relating to a child not attending a school camp – due to family’s financial situation. 1984 3.6.9 Leyland, Watson Noble (file title) RESTRICTED Privacy Act 1993 Correspondence 1984. A letter to Hon Richard Prebble from Peter Williams regarding racial discrimination in the firm Leyland, Watson and Noble and two letters from CARE to the company concerned 3.6.10 [INFORMATION RESTRICTED] Teacher Training case (file title) RESTRICTED Privacy Act 1993 Correspondence relating to [INFORMATION RESTRICTED] unsuccessful application for a two year Pacific Island teachers training course 1983 - 1984 3.6.11 Minto, John Testimonial and reference for John Minto by J R Kelly, CARE 1987 3.6.12 Phillips, Hilda (file title) Sundry papers relating to Hilda Phillips and her research paper Let the truth be known 1989. Includes correspondence and a copy Harry Evison’s The Treaty of Waitangi and the Waitangi Tribunal – Fact and Fiction: some comments of Hilda Phillips ‘Let the truth be known’ published by Ngai Tahu Maori Trust Board, 1989 3.6.13 Presland Case (file title) Correspondence regarding Papakura High School and teaching material developed by staff inferring that Maori and Polynesians commit most crimes. Also Whetu Tirikatene Sullivan’s questions for written answers June 14 1984 and a copy of the House of Representative Order paper for the same date 3.6.14 Resha, Robert (file title) Sundry papers 1966 including flyer –Robert Resha will speak on Apartheid in South Africa; notice of CARE meeting – Robert Resha; poster (2 copies) 3.6.15 Holland, Sekai (file title) Correspondence and sundry papers 1971 – 1972 regarding Mrs Sekai Holland’s speaking tour of NZ. Sekai was from Rhodesia studying law in Australia and married to a Caucasian Australian 3.6.16 September, Ruverso (file title) Correspondence 1971 regarding Ruverso September, recognised as a political refugee by the UN High Commission for Refugees – possible entry to NZ if not accepted by Ghana 3.6.17 [INFORMATION RESTRICTED] File 1 (file title) RESTRICTED Privacy Act 1993 Correspondence 1988 – 1989 regarding [INFORMATION RESTRICTED] suspension from [INFORMATION RESTRICTED] High School in 1987. Includes information on other suspensions/expulsions from the school. Mentions the expulsion of [INFORMATION RESTRICTED], a Cook Islander 3.6.18 [INFORMATION RESTRICTED] File 2 (file title) RESTRICTED Privacy Act 1993 Correspondence 1988 – 1989 - a continuation of the previous file. Expands issue and lists other cases. Mentions the expulsion of [INFORMATION RESTRICTED] a Cook Islander 3.6.19 Sorrenson, Keith Newspaper clipping City and West End News 13/12/1972 re appointment of Prof Keith Sorrenson as president of CARE 3.6.20 [INFORMATION RESTRICTED] RESTRICTED Privacy Act 1993 Sundry papers 1970. Includes Memorandum of default of mortgage resulting in eviction and correspondence relating to applications for a state rental house. See also 2.4 3.6.21 [INFORMATION RESTRICTED] (file title) RESTRICTED Privacy Act 1993 Correspondence and newspaper clippings 1988 - 1989 regarding an incident outside Paremoremo Prison See also 3.8.1 3.6.22 [INFORMATION RESTRICTED] (file title) RESTRICTED Privacy Act 1993 Correspondence between CARE and Broadcasting Corporation of New Zealand regarding the non-renewal of [INFORMATION RESTRICTED] employment contract 1985 3.6.23 Budd, Zola (file title) Correspondence and sundry papers relating to South African athlete Zola Budd’s intended visit to New Zealand, Includes letters and circulars distributed by HART (Halt all Racist Tours) regarding her plan to travel on a British passport, sport and apartheid 3.6.24 Zvobgo, Eddison Promotional material on the Rhodesian National leader on a speaking tour o f Australia and New Zealand on behalf of the African National Council of Zimbabwe 1973 Series 3.7 Immigration 3.7.1 Immigration File 1 RESTRICTED Privacy Act 1993 Correspondence and sundry papers relating to immigration into New Zealand. Includes letters specifically mentioning [INFORMATION RESTRICTED] South Africa; [INFORMATION RESTRICTED] and [INFORMATION RESTRICTED] South Africa; Ruverso September of South Africa (Botswana). See also 3.6.16 September, Ruverso 3.7.2 Immigration File 2 RESTRICTED Privacy Act 1993 Correspondence, sundry papers and clippings relating to immigration into New Zealand. Includes letters regarding [INFORMATION RESTRICTED] of South Africa and also letters regarding possible emigration of [INFORMATION RESTRICTED] of Hungary and his South African fiancé. Also newspaper clippings on immigration issues 1971 - 1972 3.7.3 Seminar on New Zealand’s Immigration Policy, 1968. File 1, Part 1 of 2 Sundry papers relating to the Seminar Sat June 29 1968 organised by CARE 3.7.4 Seminar on New Zealand’s Immigration Policy, 1968. File 1, Part 2 of 2 Copies of papers presented to the Seminar Sat June 29 1968 organised by CARE including: Shand, Hon T.P. Minister of Immigration, Immigration; Douglas, Norman., M.P. for Auckland Central and President of the Labour Party; Isbey, Mr E. Vice-President Auckland District Council, Federation of Labour; Buckle, Rev E.G. Executive Officers of Diocese of Auckland; Canadian Immigration Policy; Butterworth, Ruth Dr, Political problems in the formulation and implementation of an immigration policy; Roy, W T., University of Waikato New Zealand’s Immigration policy and external affairs; A Clergyman’s attitude to New Zealand Immigration; The Challenge of a multi-racial society; New Zealand and the Rhodesian crisis: the lesson of history; McCormick, Ross, President AUSA and vice-president NZUSA A University Viewpoint on New Zealand’s immigration laws; 3.7.5 Seminar on New Zealand’s Immigration Policy, 1968. File 2 Sundry papers 3.7.6 Immigration (file title) Further papers relating to the Seminar on New Zealand’ Immigration Policy 1968. Series 3.8 Maori 3.8.1 Alternative justice and courts on marae (file title) RESTRICTED Privacy Act 1993 Correspondence and clippings1988 – 1989 regarding Maori involvement in justice issues. Includes correspondence with Ministers of the Crown, Nga Kaiwhakamarama I Nga Ture (Wellington Maori Legal Service) and correspondence between the Minister of Justice and Ms T Harawira (Ngati Hau Trust Board). Also a MAP (Movement for Alternative s to Prisons) newsletter No 36, Sept 1988. Two cases are discusses: [INFORMATION RESTRICTED] and [INFORMATION RESTRICTED] Also includes part of a paper titled Action Alert. Background on Waihopai 3.8.2 Kohanga Reo Funding (file title) CARE press release claiming insufficient government funding for Kohanga Reo 1984 (Ian Mitchell for CARE) 3.8.3 Maori Adult Teacher Training (file title) Letter to Minister Education from CARE re teacher training for adult Maori language speakers 1985 (Ian Mitchell for CARE) 3.8.4 Maori Affairs Department (file title) Sundry correspondence and clippings1987 – 1989. 3.8.5 Maori artefacts Letters and clippings relating to the sale of Maori artefacts in Dannevirke 1971. (J R Kelly for CARE) 3.8.6 Maori Education 1992 (file title) Correspondence and sundry papers relating to teaching Maori language in schools. (Carol Symington for CARE) 3.8.7 Maori Language 1990s (file title) Correspondence and sundry papers relating to teaching Maori language in schools. (Carol Symington for CARE) 3.8.8 Maori and Polynesian Island Nurses (file title) Sundry papers relating to nursing courses and multicultural awareness – mentions a course at Carrington. (Ian Mitchell for CARE) 3.8.9 ‘Maori Sidestep’ issue (file title) Letters relating to a comment thought to be made by Graham Thorne regarding a ‘Maori sidestep’ during a rugby game. (Ian Mitchell for CARE) 3.8.10 Maori Unemployment and the Labour Dept (file title) Sundry letters regarding employment / unemployment issues including Maori and Pacific Islander tertiary students and trusts in Manukau (Ian Mitchell for CARE) 3.8.11 Nga Tapuwae (file title) Sundry papers regarding Maori and Pacific Islander representation on Nga Tapuwae School Board of Trustees, Mangere. 1985. 3.8.12 Maori People – State of the Nation Report (file title) Correspondence 1984 – CARE lobbying government on various Maori issues 3.8.13 Te Awhitu Maori Land Occupation A paper outlining the issues and events leading up to the Te Awhitu Block 112 occupation by Ngati Te Ata sub tribe of Waikato supported by members of Te Matakite o Aotearoa, MPLMA, PPANAC, Nga Hau e Wha. The Block was in danger of being sold to neighbouring farmer Mr Harold Algar Bath 3.8.14 Waitangi Tribunal Part 1 (file title) Sundry papers 1986 – 1988 regarding cases before the Tribunal. Mentions Nganeko Minhinick and the Ngati Awa claims on the Waiuku and Maioro land at the mouth of the Waikato River; New Zealand Steel Ltd; Tangitanginga wahi tapu. Also a copy of Peacelink Issue 61 May 1988, etc 3.8.15 Waitangi Tribunal Part 2 (file title) Newspaper clippings 1987 - 1989 – originally part of the above file. Includes information on other claims such as Ngai Tahu’s claim for the South Island; Panguru near Hokianga and other Tribunal issues 3.8.16 Whare Paia (file title) Sundry papers 1988 - 1989 regarding the Whare Paia Maori Health Unit at Carrington Psychiatric Hospital and the suspension of it’s co-ordinator Titiwhai Harawira, occupation of a Whare Hui Trust half way house by Arthur Harawira, Hiwi Tauroa’s report, the Maori Health Unit at Tokanui Psychiatric Hospital. Also a copy of Waitangi Action Committee newsletter Mar/Apr 1989 3.8.17 Bastion Point (file title) Sundry papers 1990 – 1991 regarding Ngati Whatua, Taka-parawha; Orakei and Bastion Point. Includes an A4 poster Taihoa Bastion Point; stop the sub-division! Return the land to Ngati Whatua!; a mock-up for A4 poster Taihoa Bastion Point! Public lecture and Open Day arranged by the Joint Working Group on Bastion Point; correspondence reading the Okakei Bill. (Carol Symington for CARE) 3.8.18 Bill of Rights (file title) Sundry papers 1986 regarding the proposed Bill of Rights 3.8.19 Oakley (file title) Correspondence regarding remand of Maori patients to Oakley and Carrington Hospitals (Ian Mitchell for CARE) Series 3.9 Police and Courts 3.9.1 Police Complaints Authority Bill (file title) A copy of the Police Complaints Authority and Miscellaneous Amendment Bill 1987 and copies of submissions made by HART Aotearoa and CARE, and sundry papers 3.9.2 Police Affairs and Policies. Prisons (file title) Sundry papers 1988 – 1989 including clippings on a wide range of topics. Includes CARE’s submission on the use of firearms by the New Zealand Police following a fatal shooting at Dargaville; Speech given by Dr David Williams, Lecturer, Law School, University of Auckland at the annual general meeting of Movement for Alternatives to Prisons, (MAP) in the Maclaurin Chapel Hall 19 Oct 1988. Also, a copy of Streetwize comics No 1 produced in 1987 by the New Zealand /Aotearoa Streetwize Legal Comics Project, Christchurch (Christchurch Community Law Centre) 3.9.3 Coroner’s Court (file title) Three letters regarding the monocultural nature of the coroner’s court. 1985 (Ian Mitchell for CARE) 3.9.4 South Auckland Police Staffing Issue (file title) Two letters and a CARE press release regarding inadequate staffing levels at Otahuhu Police Station 1984. (Ian Mitchell for CARE) 3.9.5 Coroner (file title) Sundry letters 1992 regarding the release of Maori tupapaku (bodies), the retention of organs and the legal requirements of the Coroner (Mary Hume for CARE) 3.9.6 Portage Road PD Centre (file title) Correspondence regarding the use of property at 34 Portage Road, Otara as a periodic detention centre. 1984 Series 3.10 Sundry files 3.10.1 Allied Causes and requests (file title) Sundry papers 1986 – 1988 including information on a meeting to review anti racism work (at Houghtons Bush Camp, Muriwai); admission of black students and the Witwatersrand University, Johannesburg South Africa; letter on the closure of Christchurch CARE; papers from the Special Committee Against Apartheid (United Nations); proposed visit to New Zealand by Chief Gatsha Buthelezi (NZ Branch White South Africans); Letters regarding the Amandla Tour 1987 (South African Culture Group); etc 3.10.2 Auckland Area Health Board Ethics Committee (file title) Sundry papers 1989 – 1990 regarding the formation of the Ethics Committee 3.10.3 Blatant Racism in Press etc (file title) Four letters 1971 regarding an advert that only people of British birth may join the RNZNVA 3.10.4 Complaint – CARE vs. Robert Muldoon (file title) Letters and clippings regarding Muldoon’s statement that Europeans had bought more to New Zealand than Maori 1984 (Ian Mitchell for CARE) 3.10.5 End of the Dialogue (file title) Correspondence and clippings 1971 regarding the importation and showing of the film End of Dialogue. Produced by Contemporary Films Ltd, London, the film shows the day-to-day face of Apartheid from the points of view of the victims – South African blacks (Tom Newham for CARE) 3.10.6 Fiji (file title) Correspondence and sundry papers, 1991 regarding Major General Rabuka and the 1990 Fiji Constitution. Includes CARE press release. (Carol Symington for CARE) 3.10.7 Conzinc Riotino of Australia / Comalco Industries Two items regarding racism and exploitation c1973 3.10.8 Conservation (file title) Sundry papers including Report and recommendation of the Planning Tribunal – Decision No A26/88 In the matter of the Mining Act 1971 and in the mater of the application 33 372 by City Resources (NZ) Ltd, (Formally called City and Suburban Gold New Zealand Ltd, for an exploration licence in the Manganui, Hokianga and Whangaroa areas; Thames Coast Protection Society against reopening the Manowai mine in the Coromandel Forest Park 1989; AND Auckland Area Sewerage Study 1987 3.10.9 Fletcher Challenge (file title) Correspondence and sundry papers 1988 – 1989. Fletcher Action Campaign correspondence on HART Aotearoa letterhead (Dick Cuthbert) 3.10.10 Glue Sniffing (xx int schools) (file title) Correspondence 1984. Includes J.W. Grant’s Report to the Minister of Social Welfare – Glue Sniffing 1984 (Ian Mitchell for CARE) 3.10.11 Interpreter Issue (file title) Sundry papers relating to Australia’s telephone interpreter service 1979 (Tom Newnham for CARE) 3.10.12 New Zealand Sesquicentennial 1990 (file title) Sundry papers 3.10.13 Pacific Issues (file title) Sundry papers 1975 - 1977. Includes press release regarding television programme on East Timor; a brochure Why do Tongans want to Emigrate?; Transcript of the speech presented to the Fourth International Seminar of Young Researchers on the Problems of Cooperation in the Pacific Ocean Basin by Lauren Hunia, Secretary of CARE at Nakhodkas USSR 15 August 1977 3.10.14 Race Relations Office; Race Relations Conciliator Part 1 (file title) Sundry papers. 1985 – 1988. Includes R.J. Kelly’s commentary on the Race Relations Act 1971 and the role of a Race Relations Office. Includes reference to Race Conciliators Wally Hirsh and Te Rangihiwinui Tauroa. Also references to Section 9A of the Act 3.10.15 Race Relations Office; Race Relations Conciliator Part 2 (file title) Sundry papers 1988 – 1989. Includes correspondence with Wally Hirsh; a copy of Section 9A of the Race Relations Act 1971 - the ‘Tigger’ of New Zealand’s Race relations Legislation by Pheroze Jagose. (predominantly J R Kelly for CARE) 3.10.16 Bibliography of Race Relations in New Zealand 3.10.17 Rallies and protests Sundry papers including broadsheets, notices and programmes etc 1964 – 1970. Includes New Zealand Hockey Team 1969; Dennis Brutus and SANROC (South African Non-Racial Open Committee for Sport) 1970; No Tour Rally, Western Springs; Race , Rugby and Reconciliation, Richard Thompson 1969; Conference on Human Rights – Auckland (Apartheid and sporting relationships with South Africa); Itinerary of Miss Judith Todd – New Zealand Tour 1969; etc 3.10.18 Royal Commission on Social Policy (file title) Sundry papers 1987. Includes Maori aspirations and social policy: a preliminary review of submissions to the Royal Commission on Social by Mason Durie, Wellington. Also CARE’s submission. 3.10.19 Release of School Certificate results (file title) Sundry papers 1983-1984 3.10.20 Section 9A [Human Rights Bill] (file title) Sundry papers and clippings relating to the Human Rights Commission. Includes notes compiled by Carol Symington on Section 9A and a letter to Carol from Philip Gilmer regarding the formation of team of trained first aid/rescue/civil defence workers under the name CARE Squad. CARE standing for City and Rural Emergency 3.10.21 Social Welfare Institutions – funding Matua Whangai (file title) Letters 1984 3.10.22 Star and Tablet (file title) Correspondence and sundry papers relating to racist journalism in the Sunday Star and the Tablet. Includes Exciting racial disharmony, a discussion paper on Section 9A of the Race Relations Act 1971 which makes it unlawful to excite racial disharmony produced by the Human Rights Commission 1984 3.10.23 Submission Royal Commission on Social Policy (file title) CARE’s submission presented at the Auckland Hearing Nov 1987 3.10.24 United States of America Map showing the U.S.Commitment. A Fortune map prepared by Richard Edes Harrison 1952. Also, On US Policy in Near and Middle East, TASS statement in connection with so-called Eisenhower Doctrine 3.10.25 Vietnam Chien thang oanh liet cua quan va dan Lao tai mat tran. Also a collection of 28 black and white photographs taken during the Vietnam war – shows Vietnamese troops in action. Also a list of photograph titles/description? 1971-1972 3.10.26 Assid Corban (file title) Correspondence between J R Kelly and Assid Corban, Mayor of Waitakere City regarding the placing of the Queen’s portrait and a copy of the Treaty of Waitangi within the Waitakere Council Chamber 1989 3.10.27 Waitemata L.R.C Agenda and Service Engineers Report 23/09/1968. Annotated on page one and on the reverse side of the third page - regarding Mr Rata saying that Maori supporters travelling Maori players will be treated as 2nd class citizens… reverse of last page refers to an ‘about face’ and someone’s ‘mana’ 3.10.28 Sundry papers Includes poem For Maori and Pakeha Too Rewi Alley and sundry papers regarding sports, South Africa and racism c1971 3.10.29 Unfinished business (file title) A collection of letters in a manila envelop titled ‘Unfinished business – this may be the most interesting file – the letters that were never graced by any response’. Includes Atareta Poananga / Pat Hohepa / Titewhai Harawira 1987; Hilda Phillips 1989; Jane Cooper, Auckland Treaty Action Coalition 1988; Hinewhare Harawira re 1990; ACORD – relationship 1988; Ranginui Walker 1987 3.10.30 Ban on Tobacco Adverts (file title) Sundry papers 1989 3.10.31 Sundry 1972 Correspondence and notes – includes circular from Council for Aboriginal Rights (Victoria); For Concerted Trade Union Action Against Apartheid by Abdulrahia Abby Farab, chairman of the UN Special Committee on Apartheid; etc Series 4 CARE newsletters and Ephemera The series starts with CARE newsletters and ephemera followed by non-CARE ephemera. CARE newsletters are not official numbered and it appears that the number of issues per annum changes. Consequently, it is difficult to ascertain how many editions are missing. 4.1 CARE newsletters Dec 1966 – Mar 1992 (incomplete) Part 1 of 2 Part 1 contains newsletters Dec 1966 – Oct 1973 and appears to be complete 4.2 CARE newsletters Dec 1966 – Mar 1992 (incomplete) Part 2 of 2 Part 2 contains newsletters 1978 – 1992. Possible missing editions include no 79, Oct/Nov 1979; Aug/Sep 1981; April/May 1982; Feb-Apr 1985. 4.3 CARE newsletters and sundry papers 1972 - 1992 A series of newsletters, news sheets and associated ephemera 4.4 BARRIERS (published by CARE) A news bulletin about racial sport. Issues No 1. March 1969; No 3 Dec 1969 and No 4 Apr 1970 4.5 CARE Ephemera Sundry papers 4.6 Ephemera – CARE New settlers; funds appeals; membership drives; homework centres; racial discrimination in the workplace; public addresses on justice and race. 4.7 Ephemera – South Africa sports and trade Includes rugby, life saving Judith Todd lecture tour; etc. Also a f/scap newsprint poster for African Freedom Day a demonstration against the Springbok tour organised by African Freedom Committee. 4.8 Ephemera – sundry NZ Includes a Winston Peters – the great white hope summaries from Peace Researchers June 1988 No 19; Mandela Freedom Celebration Grey Lynn Park (HART); Dead World 1982? A seminar organised by the University of Auckland Centre for continuing Education 1972; How racist is New Zealand Justice? Published by ACORD and Polynesian Panther Party; Auckland Film Society membership leaflet; Aotearoa 1986 – Public Forum organised by People Opposed to Waitangi; NZI in South Africa- what kind of business is good business: 4.9 Ephemera – sundry overseas Brochure for South Africa, a Canadian Christian Concern; flyer An open letter to members of the real estate industry Chicago conference on religion and race; Universal Declaration of Human Rights United Nationals Office of Public Information; CARE Australia newsletter No 73 Nov 1985. British food labelling petition. 4.10 Ephemera - Sharpeville Fliers and broadsheets for demonstrations and marches. Also St Matthew in the City church service with John Gaetsewe as speaker. 4.11 Ephemera – Trade boycotts Fliers – Think about apartheid, don’t buy South African goods Apartheid Information Service; SBI and NZI in South Africa – what kind of business is ‘Good Business’; Say no to the Portuguese Trade Mission, NZUSA Series 5 Speech notes, presentation papers, reports and articles An assortment of loose papers arranged in alphabetical order. Lists the author, title, year, agency/publisher (where known) 5.1 Archer, Dane; Oppenheim, Roger S; Karetu, T Sam; St. George, Ross. Intelligence and Pakeha child [MOTIS replaces OTIS] Published National Education July 1 1971. p258 - 260 5.2 Borrie, Rev. Don. Report on W.C.C. Programme to combat racism meetings held in Bangkok 9-20, May and Zurich, 13-17 May 1973. 5.3 Butterworth, Ruth, Dr. Political problems in the formulation and implementation of an immigration policy. n.d. 5.4 Chitepo, Herbert. Zimbabwe (Rhodesia): The evolution of a revolution n.d. 5.5 Clover, Gary [Liaison Officer, HART] Playing ‘Whitey’ is the name of the game. n.d. 5.6 Collins, L. John. Twenty Years of Christian Action. Christian Action 1966 5.7 Crump, Barry N. Migration: a rather basic introduction o and consideration of South Pacific migration to New Zealand. S.C.M Summer Conference, Knox College. Dec 1970 – Jan 1971 5.8 Duhig, J. V. Dr. Delinquency and religion. The Freethinker. Mar 25. 1960 Materialism. The Freethinker April 29 1960 Did Herod murder the babies The Freethinker June 1964 The Character of God n.d. 5.9 Ffrench-Beytagh, Gonville [former Dean Johannesburg] How to fight apartheid. n.d. 5.10 Gnanasunderam. A The Police Offences Act, 1927. The commission of the church and society of the National Council of Churches, New Zealand. n.d. 5.11 Hamilton - Russell, Mr 90-day Torture in South Africa. South African Protest. n.d. 5.12 Hohepa, Patrick. Dr. [chairman, Auckland Maori Council] Race relations at crossroads an address given to the Executive Committee of the N.Z. Public Service Association Aug 1971. Reprint by CARE, Auckland n.d Social implications for Polynesians of the enforcement of majority standards n.d. Crime in Multiracial Society n.d. 5.13 Illolahia, Will Polynesian Panther’s speech to the jury n.d. 5.14 McCormick, Ross [President AUSA and Vice president NZUSA] A university viewpoint on New Zealand’s immigration laws 5.15 McGregor, Craig Profile of Australia. 1966 5.16 Maule, Tex A flare in the dark. n.d. 5.17 Newnham, Tom [Secretary CARE] Notes of a education for better human relations in New Zealand [discussion leader at Seminar – Education for Better Human Relations, University of Auckland Aug 1970] The ‘airtourer’ aircraft and the United Nations embargo against the sale of arms to South Africa. A background paper prepared for CARE ion support of Remit 71/14 of the annual Conference of the NZ Race Relations Council, Christchurch Feb 1971 Text of address to be given to the Auckland Optimists Club by T. O. Newnham, Secretary of CARE on Mar 9 1972 Simple Answer to a complex problem? T Newnham for CARE. n.d. 5.18 Northey, Richard The case for a New Zealand Race Relations Act. Feb 1971 5.19 O’Brien Winter, Colin. Rt. Rev. [Bishop of Damaraland-in-exile] Martin Luther King Memorial Lecture Nov 1972, Washington DC. 5.20 Olsen, Jack The cruel deception n.d. The churches and rugby administrators: towards reconciliation n.d. 5.21 Rata, Matui [Member of Parliament or Northern Maori] Extract of an address to the Cook Island Landowners Protective Group held in Takapuna 14 March 1971 5.22 Resha, Robert [Director International Affairs, The African National Congress] South Africa heading for a racial war. A farewell statement. n.d. 5.23 Ronald L. W. A. Maori language for Maori pupils n.d. 5.24 Sorrenson, M.P.K (Keith) A survey of New Zealand’s relations with southern Africa. New Zealand Race Relations Council Feb 1971 New Zealand and the U.N. Human Rights Commission’s Inquiry into the rights of ethnic minorities n.d. 5.25 Sorrenson M.P.K.; Male, John; Soljak, Philip; Williams A.H.W; Some international implications of the All Black tour 5.26 Sutherland O.R.W.; Hippolite J.T.; Smith A.M.; Galbreath R.A.; Justice and race: a monocultural system in a multicultural society. A report on the first year of a comprehensive legal aid scheme for Maori offenders appearing before the Nelson Magistrate’s Court. Presented to the New Zealand Race relations Council annual conference Feb 1973 5.27 Taylor. David. Rev. How to combat racism in New Zealand; a memorandum in preparation for conference of the New Zealand Race relations Council Feb 1971 5.28 Thompson, Richard Unsporting relations with South Africa. An address given in Aug 5 1968 to CARE 5.29 Thompson, Richard; Couch, Moke Maoris and the urban churches [part 1 and 2] New Zealand Theological Review 2 No 1 Spring 1966 5.30 Ullerich, Curtis A development race and its outcome. The Indian vs. the Chinese way n.d. 5.30 Upton, Simon Notes from speech given in House by Simon Upton MP Raglan March 9 1990 [New Zealand’s multicultural society, Treaty issues etc] [annotated] Biculturalism – one pakeha’s view A speech by Simon Upton NP to Canterbury University Art Theory Seminar, Wed 18 July 1990 [annotated] Speech notes by Simon Upton to National Party Conference Sat Jul 21st 1990 [annotated] 5.31 Valentine, J. Old witch doctors never die. The Inyanga problem in South Africa. Reprint from the NZ Medical Journal Dec 1959 Vol. LVIII, No. 328. pp 791 - 794 5.32 van den Heuvel. Albert H. Dr. An open letter to a friends in South Africa, Geneva. 1970 5.33 Walker, R.J. Urban Marae n.d. 5.34 Unattributed 1 The Black Athlete. n.d. n.p. 5.34 Unattributed 2 Address to House of Representatives on behalf of Social Credit on New Zealand’s Immigration Policy. 1968. 5.35 Unattributed 3 Human Rights and the Maori People of New Zealand n.d. 5.36 Unattributed 4 Race relations in New Zealand n.d. 5.37 Unattributed 5 A clergyman’s attitude to New Zealand immigration n.d. 5.38 Unattributed 6 Paper of the present government’s immigration policy to be presented at a seminar at the University of Auckland organised by the Auckland Educational Association in conjunction with Citizens Association for Racial Equality on Saturday 25 July 1970. Theme of the seminar “a new look at Immigration policy 5.39 Unattributed 7 Human Rights in New Zealand n.d. 5.40 Unattributed 8 Die Beeld Background accompanying Mr Holmes’ article 5.41 Unattributed 9 Nailed to your placard n.d. 5.42 Unattributed 10 Message to the people of South Africa – in the name of Jesus Christ… published by South African Council of Churches, June 1968 5.43 Unattributed 11 Masculinity and racism – breaking out of the illusion 1973? 5.44 Unattributed 12 The New Zealand Inter-church Council on Public Affairs, statement on protest and violence n.d. 5.45 Unattributed 13 Maori Language: this article, sent in by the NZ Friends Race Relations Sub-Committee, is to be read and reflected on as part of ‘Operation Awareness; Sept 1970 Series 6 Periodicals 6.1 1972 International Book Year Newsletter, no.14 (November 1972). Paris, France : UNESCO 6.2 A few things you should know about apartheid. [1972?]. [s.l.] : African Freedom Committee, HART & CARE. [Includes programme for South Africa Freedom Day demonstration, Friday 23 June; 6 copies]. [See O/S folder]. 6.3 A new era, v.3:no.2, (April 1973). Perth, WA, Australia : New Era Aboriginal Fellowship (NEAF) 6.4 Apartheid in South Africa UNESCO. (1965). Paris, France : UNESCO. [Reprint from 'The UNESCO Courier', April 1965]. (2 copies) 6.5 Asian & Pacific Council : an introduction, no. 375, 1970. Wellington, N.Z. : Ministry of Foreign Affairs. 6.6 baNtu, v.12:no.7, (July 1965). Pretoria, South Africa : Department of Information. 6.7 Christian Action, Summer 1968. St Albans, Herts., UK : Christian Action Publications. 6.8 Christian Action Journal, February 1971. St Albans, Herts., UK : Christian Action Publications. [Special issue for the International UN year against racial discrimination]. 6.9 Comment : a New Zealand quarterly review, v.9:no.1 (December 1967, no.33). Wellington, N.Z. : Comment Publishing Company. 6.10 Dispute, (January/February 1966). Auckland, N.Z. : Dispute Publications. 6.11 Eastern Horizon, v.3:no.9 (September 1964); v.5:no.10 (October 1966); v.5:no.5 (May 1966). Hong Kong : Eastern Horizon Press. 6.12 Handbook of the New Zealand National Commission for UNESCO, 1967. Wellington, N.Z. : Department of Education, New Zealand National Commission for UNESCO. 6.13 HART news, no.7 (August 1972). Christchurch, N.Z. : HART. [See O/S folder]. 6.14 Housewives Today, v.18:no.4 (January 1966). Kent, UK : Mrs B. M. Palmer. [A housewife looks at Rhodesia] 6.15 I. F. Stone's Weekly, v.16:no.4 (19 February 1968) - v.16:no.6 (18 March 1968). Washington, DC, USA. [I. F. Stone] 6.16 Monthly review (New York. 1949), v.23:no.9 (February 1972); v.23:no.7 (December 1980); v.32:no.8 (January 1981); v.32:no.11 (April 1981); v.33:no.11 (April 1982); v.33:no.2 (June 1981); v.33:no.5 (October 1981); v.33:no.7 (December 1981); v.34:no.2 (June 1982). New York, USA : Monthly Review Foundation. [Portrait photograph found in v.32:no.8, p 34-35, added to photograph series]. 6.17 Namibia News, v.5:no.11&12 (November /December 1972). London, England : South West Africa People's Organisation of Namibia (SWAPO). 6.18 New citizen : an ecumenical paper published by the Methodist Church of New Zealand, (30 October 1975). Auckland, N.Z. : Methodist Church of New Zealand. [Continued by 'The New Zealand Methodist']. [See O/S folder]. 6.19 New Internationalist, no.2-5 (March-July 1973). Wallingford, England : P.A.C. Ltd. 6.20 New Zealand Monthly Review, v.11:no.120 (March 1971); v.12:no.122 (May 1971); v.12:no.127 (October 1971). Christchurch, N.Z. : N.Z. Monthly Review Society. 6.21 New Zealand tablet, v.C:no.1 (January 1973). Dunedin, N.Z. : New Zealand Tablet Printing and Publishing Company. 6.22 New Zealand Tribune, v.1:no.9 (17 October 1966); v.1:no8 (21 September 1966); no.36 (8 April 1969). Auckland, N.Z. : Socialist Unity Party of N.Z. [Articles of interest: v.1:no.9 - ‘Robert Resha to speak in New Zealand’, p 2. (Accompanied by photocopied article from The Age, 5 October 1966[?], on Robert Resha 'The struggle ahead'; and a CARE pamphlet about Mr Resha and his visit to New Zealand); v.1:no8 - Mr Resha, p 2; no.36 - Newnham, Tom. ‘N.Z. should not support racial sport - T. Newnham', p 1. (Includes portrait of Mr Newnham, Secretary, CARE)]. [See O/S folder]. 6.23 Newsbrief Rhodesia '73, v.1:no.1-6, (1973). Richmond, Surrey, England : The African Bureau for the 1973 Justice of Rhodesia Campaign. 6.24 Newsletter on Aboriginal Affairs, no.2 (July-September 1972). Melbourne, Victoria, Australia : Group for Information on Aboriginal Affairs. 6.25 Newspeace, (January 1975). New Malden, Surrey, England : Fellowship of Reconciliation. 6.26 Outlook, v.13:no.2 (April 1969). Sydney, NSW, Australia : [s.n.]. [‘Playing along with Apartheid - Dennis Brutus Interviewed’, pp 11-18]. 6.27 Private eye on Rhodesia, (13 October 1971). London, England : Pressdram. [See O/S folder]. 6.28 Quarterly journal : Motor Coach Body Workers Union, no.25 (March 1977) ; no.26 (June 1977); no.29 (March 1978); no.30 (June 1978); no.35 (September 1979). Wellington, N.Z. : Wellington, Taranaki, Marlborough and Nelson Coach and Motorbody Workers Industrial Union of Workers. 6.29 Reporter : East Africa's Fortnightly Newsmagazine, (11 September 1964). Nairobi, Kenya : News Publishers Ltd. 6.30 Gale, J. A. (Ed.) (1966). Rhodesia: One nation or two? Auckland, N.Z. :Citizens Association for Racial Equality (CARE). 6.31 Sechaba : Official organ of the African National Congress of South Africa, v.5:no.1 (January 1971); v.5:no.6 (June 1971); v.6:no.2 (February 1972); v.6:no.6 (June 1972); v.6:no.8 (August 1972); v.7:no.4 (April 1973); v.7:no.8 (August 1973). London, England : Sechaba Publications. 6.32 South African Digest, v.11:no.33 (21 August 1964); v.11:no.37 (18 September 1964); v.12:no.31 (6 August 1964); v.12:no.42 (23 October 1964). Pretoria, South Africa : Department of Information. 6.33 South African Outlook, v.100:no.1193 (October 1970). Mowbray, Cape, South Africa : Outlook Publications. [Special Centenary edition. Includes subscription form]. 6.34 Tharunka, v.17:no.13 (1 June 1971). Kensington, NSW, Australia : Student's Union of the University of New South Wales. [This edition concentrates on the issue of racial discrimination, especially in South Africa. (2 copies)]. [See O/S folder]. 6.35 The Bulletin, v.93:no.4765 (24 July 1971). Sydney, NSW, Australia : John Haynes and J.F. Archibald. 6.36 The New Zealand Methodist, v.3:no.21 (7 November 1968); v.8:no.8 (3 May 1973). Auckland, N.Z. : Methodist Church of New Zealand. (Continues 'New Citizen'). [Articles of interest: v.3:no.21 - Cape Town ministry "where the knife is king"; v.8:no.8 - Disillusioned Kiwi says: "imagine apartheid here"]. [See O/S folder]. 6.37 The New Zealand Rationalist and Humanist, v.34:no.11&12 (August/September 1973). Auckland, N.Z. : N.Z. Rationalist Association. 6.38 The South African Observer : a journal of realists, v.11:no.2 (September 1965). Pretoria, South Africa : S. E. D. Brown. 6.39 The UNESCO Courier, no.1 (January 1968). Paris, France : UNESCO. [1968 International year for human rights]. 6.40 Time (N.Z. edition), v.91:no.20 (17 May 1968). Auckland, N.Z. : Time New Zealand. [Article of interest: Poverty in America: Its cause and extent, pp 12-22]. 6.41 Union news : the official newspaper of the N.Z. Federated Hotel, Hospital, Restaurant and Related Trades Employees’ Association, v.2:no.3 (August 1978). Auckland, N.Z. : N.Z. Federated Hotel, Restaurant & Related Trades Employees’ Industrial Association of Workers. [See O/S folder]. 6.42 Venture : Socialism and the developing world, v.19:no.5 (May 1967); v.19:no.7 (July/August 1967). London, England : Fabian Society. 6.43 Weekly News (New Zealand), no.5575 (12 October 1970). Auckland, N.Z. : Wilson and Horton. [See O/S folder]. 6.44 Weekly News (Tanganyika), no.2023 (20 November 1964). Nakuru, Kenya : The Nakuru Press Ltd. 6.45 World affairs, v.22:no.4 (August 1967). Wellington, N.Z. : United Nations Association of New Zealand. 6.46 XRAY : Current Affairs in South Africa, v.2:no.5; v.2:no.7; v.2:no.10-no.12; v.3:no:3- no.4, (1972). London, England : The African Bureau. 6.47 United Nations periodicals 6.47.1 Action against Apartheid (United Nations. Unit on Apartheid), no.1- no.3 (5 - 12 July 1973). New York, NY, USA : United Nations. Department of Political and Security Council Affairs. [Front page of issue no.1 explains the reasons behind the publication of this periodical]. 6.47.2 Communiqué by security council's sanctions committee regarding cases of possible violation of sanctions against Southern Rhodesia [Press release], United Nations. Office of Public Information. [United Nations press release] SC/3454 (3 July 1973). New York, NY, USA : United Nations. Office of Public Information - Press section. 6.47.3 Human Rights and the United Nations Family, United Nations. Office of Public Information. [United Nations publication] OPI/312, (1968). New York, NY, USA : United Nations. Office of Public Information. 6.47.4 Human Rights Working Group concludes one-week session [Press release], United Nations. Office of Public Information. [United Nations press release] HR/961 (2 July 1973). New York, NY, USA : United Nations. Office of Public Information - Press section. 6.47.5 News and notes, no.358 (14 October 1969). Sydney, NSW, Australia : United Nations. Information Centre for Australia and New Zealand. [Article of interest: Apartheid Committee recommends series of measures]. 6.47.6 NGOS hear specific suggestions for by Chairman of Special Committee for Action against Apartheid, United Nations. Office of Public Information. [United Nations publication] OPI/NGO/SB/20 (13 June 1973). New York, NY, USA : United Nations. Office of Public Information 6.47.7 Objective: Justice, v.2:no.3 (July 1970); v.3:no.4 (Oct/Nov/Dec 1971). New York, NY, USA : United Nations. Office of Public Information 6.47.8 Racial Discrimination, United Nations. Office of Public Information. [United Nations publication] OPI/426 (May 1971). New York, NY, USA : United Nations. Office of Public Information. [Reprint from Objective: Justice magazine; v.3:no.1 (January-March 1971)]. 6.47.9 Unit on Apartheid : Notes and documents, no.11/69 (July 1969); no.24/69 (December 1969); no.11/670 (April 1970); no.25/70 (November 1970); no.13/70 (May 1970); no.21/70 (August 1970); no.3/71 (February 1971); no.4/71 (February 1971); no.16/71 (April 1971); Background note no.11 (April 1971); Background note no.18 (May 1971); no.36/71 (August 1971); no.45/71 (November 1971); no.51/71 (December 1971); no.53/71 (December 1971); no.7/72 (March 1972); no.16/72 (August 1972). New York, NY, USA : United Nations. Unit on Apartheid, Department of Political and Security Council Affairs. [Unit on Apartheid : Notes and documents articles of interest: no.11/69 - ‘Repressive measures against opponents of apartheid in South Africa’; no.24/69 - Provisions of General assembly resolutions concerning apartheid and South Africa; no.11/670 - Special Committee on apartheid - Calls for boycott on South African racist sport bodies invites organizations to plan programmes for International year against racism; no.25/70 - Van den Hwuvel, Albert (Dr; Rev.). Why W.C.C. supports the freedom movement in South Africa: An open letter to a South African churchman; no.13/70 - Apartheid and education; no.21/70 - La Guma, Alex. The immorality act of South Africa's sex law; no.3/71 - Asmal, Kader. Irish opposition to apartheid (2 copies); no.4/71 - Tenth anniversary of South African "republic" to be boycotted // What have ten years of "Republic" bought us?; no.16/71 - Minty, S. Abdul. International boycott of Apartheid sport; Background note no.11 - Mr Joel Carson, Attorney for political prisoners, leaves South Africa; Background note no.18 - Lewin, Hugh. The prisoners, the banned and the banished - VI; no.36/71 - Newnham, Tom. New Zealand opposition to apartheid (Tom Newnham is the secretary of CARE); no.45/71 - Rogers, Barbara. The standard of living of South Africans in South Africa; no.51/71 - Persecution of Mrs. Nomzamo Winnie Mandela; no.53/71 - Detainees allege ill-treatment and torture by security branch; no.7/72 - Yengwa, Massabalala B. The Suppression of Communism Act; no.16/72 - Facts and figures on South Africa.(2 copies)]. 6.47.10 Unit on Apartheid : Special article, (September 1970). New York, NY, USA : United Nations. Unit on Apartheid, Department of Political and Security Council Affairs. [Article of interest: Blaxall, Arthur W. (Rev.) ‘Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe’]. 6.47.11 United Nations in Action, no.72/21 (26 May 1972); no.72/22 (31 May 1972). Sydney, NSW, Australia : United Nations. Information Centre for Australia, Fiji, New Zealand. [Articles of interest: no.72/21 - Annex : Apartheid Committee considers military build-up in South Africa; no.72/22 (copy 1) - Annex : New Zealand reply to Apartheid Committee. Cover page and annex only. Business card for J. W. Goodwin, editor 'National Education' attached; no.72/22 (copy 2) - New Zealand reply to Apartheid Committee. Series 7 Publications 7.1 Aboriginal Affairs Association. (1969). Answering your questions about Aborigines : with directory of Aboriginal departments and reading guide (4th ed.) Parkville, VIC., Australia : Aboriginal Affairs. 7.2 Ainslie, Rosalynde, & Robinson, Dorothy. (1963). The collaborators. London, UK : Anti-apartheid Movement. 7.3 Andrews, R. L. (1967) India : an introductory geography (Resource materials for Asian studies, no. D2). Auckland, N.Z. : Graphic Educational Publications. 7.4 Association for the supervision and curriculum development of the National Education Association. (1949). Our America [Your America]. New York, USA : Association for the supervision and curriculum development of the National Education Association. 7.5 Australian Citizenship Convention. (1968). Digest of the Australian Citizenship Convention Canberra 1968 : 20 Years past - the years ahead. Canberra, ACT, Australia : Department of Immigration (Australia). 7.6 Bengelsdorf, Carol & Roberts, Elsa (Eds.) (1971). Building Freedom: Mozambique's FRELIMO. Cambridge, MA, USA : Africa Research Group, Inc. 7.7 Bunting, Brian. (1971). Education for apartheid. London, UK : Christian Action for the Southern Africa Education Fund. 7.8 Citizens Association for Racial Equality. (1966). Torture in South Africa (CARE pamphlet ; no. 2). Auckland, N.Z. : C.A.R.E. (2 copies). 7.9 Evans, Harold. (1971). The need for a code of conduct in reporting racial matters. Auckland, N.Z. : New Zealand Race Relations Council. (4 copies) 7.10 Fasulo, G. (1970). The powers behind Apartheid. (Africa Research Group. Reprint 3). Boston, USA : New England Free Press. 7.11 Fischer, Abram. (1966). What I did was right: statement from the Dock Supreme Court, Pretoria, March 28, 1966. London, UK : Mayibuye Publications. 7.12 Ganji, Manouchehr. (1968). Apartheid and racial discrimination in Southern Africa: summary of the report of the special rapporteur appointed by the Commission on Human Rights. (United Nations. Office of Public Information. [United Nations publication] OPI/335). New York, USA : United Nations Office of Public Information. 7.13 Goldstein, Michael. (1972). Minority status and radicalism in Japan. (Studies in race and nations ; v. 3: no. 4). Denver, CO., USA : University of Denver. 7.14 Grant, Jack. (1972). The Africans’ predicament in Rhodesia. (Minority Rights Group; no. 8). London, UK : Minority Rights Group. [Includes pamphlet - Minority Rights Group: origins, aims, methods]. 7.15 Great Britain Central Office of Information Reference Division. (1972). Race relations in Britain. (Central Office of Information reference pamphlet ; 108). London, UK : Her Majesty's Stationery Office (H.M.S.O.). 7.16 Great Britain Commission on Rhodesian Opinion. (1972). Rhodesia: report of the Commission on Rhodesian Opinion under the chairmanship of the right honourable Lord Pearce, presented to Parliament by the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs. ([Great Britain. Parliament. Papers by command] Cmnd ; 4964. // [Great Britain. Foreign and Commonwealth Office] Miscellaneous 1972, no. 19). London, UK : Her Majesty's Stationery Office (H.M.S.O.). 7.17 Hohepa, Patrick W.; Sorenson, M. P. K. (1971). Waitangi: A promise of betrayal; New Zealand - South Africa relations. (Papers in race relations ; no. 2). Wellington, N.Z. : New Zealand Race Relations Council. (2 copies). 7.18 Holyoake, K. J. (1971). New Zealand and China : an article by the Prime Minister Sir Keith Holyoake. Wellington, N.Z. : Ministry of Foreign Affairs. 7.19 Keith, Kenneth James. (1972). International implications of race relations in New Zealand. (Pamphlet (New Zealand Institute of International Affairs) ; 22). Wellington, N.Z. : New Zealand Institute of International Affairs. 7.20 Lakey, George. (1971). Non-violent action : How it works. (Pendle Hill pamphlet 129). Wallingford, PA., USA : Pendle Hill. 7.21 Lester of Herne Hill, Anthony Paul Lester, Baron, & Deakin, Nicholas (Eds.) (1967). Policies for racial equality. (Fabian research series ; no. 262 ). London, UK : Fabian Society. 7.22 MacDonald, Justice H. N. (1970). For the record : A Judge's thoughts. The Hon. Mr. Justice H. N. Macdonald 30th May, 1970, no.12. Salisbury, Rhodesia : Ministry of Information, Immigration, and Tourism. [Originally in envelope with 7.29-7.33]. 7.23 Maori and Island Affairs Department. (1970). The first New Zealanders : a short sketch of the Maori for young people. Wellington, N.Z. : Maori and Island Affairs Department. 7.24 Maori and Island Affairs Department. (1968). Maori Land. Wellington, N.Z. : Maori and Island Affairs Department. 7.25 Maori and Island Affairs Department. (1970). Housing for Maoris and Islanders. Wellington, N.Z. : Maori and Island Affairs Department. 7.26 Matthews, Harry G. (1971). Racial dimensions of United Nations behavior: the commonwealth Caribbean. Denver, CO., USA : University of Denver. 7.27 Mazrui, Ali Al'Amin. (1969). Post Imperial Fragmentation: The legacy of ethnic and racial conflict. (Studies in race and nations, v. 1, study no. 2 - 1969-1970). Denver, CO., USA : University of Denver. 7.28 Ministry of Information, Immigration, and Tourism. (1967). Sanctions: The cost to Britain. Salisbury, Rhodesia : Ministry of Information, Immigration, and Tourism. 7.29 Ministry of Information, Immigration, and Tourism. (1970). Rhodesia's Case. Salisbury, Rhodesia : Ministry of Information, Immigration, and Tourism. 7.30 Ministry of Information, Immigration, and Tourism. (1971). Rhodesia's Tribal Areas: The need for rapid economic expansion. Salisbury, Rhodesia : Ministry of Information, Immigration, and Tourism. [(Front cover annotated: Dear Tom may be of interest Harold I)] 7.31 Ministry of Information, Immigration, and Tourism. (1971). African Progress. Salisbury, Rhodesia : Ministry of Information, Immigration, and Tourism. 7.32 Ministry of Information, Immigration, and Tourism. (1971). Recent developments in Rhodesia's Tribal Trust Lands. Salisbury, Rhodesia : Ministry of Information, Immigration, and Tourism. 7.33 Ministry of Information, Immigration, and Tourism. (1971). The Rhodesian Republican Constitution: It's acceptability by the Rhodesian people. Salisbury, Rhodesia : Ministry of Information, Immigration, and Tourism. 7.34 Newnham, Thomas Oliver. (1965). Teak logging in Thailand. (Resource materials for Asian studies, no. C1). Auckland, N.Z. : Graphic Educational Publications. 7.35 Noone, Brian. (1973). Australian economic ties with South Africa. North Fitzroy, Vic, Australia : International Development Action. 7.36 Office of the New Zealand Race Relations Conciliator, Human Rights Commission. (1973). Report of the Race Relations Conciliator for the year ended 31 March 1973. (Appendix to the Journals of the House of Representatives of New Zealand; E. 17). Wellington, N.Z. : Government Printer. 7.37 Pickford, Pauline. (1965). The Victorian Aborigines : the past, and its effect on the present minority, decisions to be made for the future. Melbourne, Vic., Australia : Human Rights Committee, United Nations Association of Australia. 7.38 Scarritt, James R., & Hatter, John L. (1970). Racial and ethnic conflict in Zambia. (Studies in race and nations ; v. 2, no. 2, 1970-1971). Denver, CO., USA: University of Denver. 7.39 Scott, W. J. (1972). Man is by nature a political animal. Wellington, N.Z. : Wellington Branch, New Zealand Educational Institute. 7.40 Shrapnel, Norman. (1975). Bluff your way in politics. (The bluffer's guide). London, UK : Wolfe Publishing Ltd. 7.41 South African Congress of Trade Unions. (1973). Mosebetsi: The story of a South African worker. (South African Congress of Trade Unions pamphlet ; no. 2). London, UK : South African Congress of Trade Unions. (2 copies). 7.42 South African Tourist Corporation. (1967). Republic of South Africa : Sporting Country. Johannesberg, South Africa : South African Tourist Corporation. 7.43 Thompson, Richard. (1966). Race discrimination in New Zealand : South African sports tours : a bibliography. Research project (University of Canterbury. Dept. of Psychology and Sociology) ; 11. Christchurch, N.Z. : Department of Psychology and Sociology, University of Canterbury. 7.44 Todd, Judith. (1971). A guide to the thoughts of Ian Smith and his friends on their Residential Property Owners' (Protection) Bill 1971. Salisbury, Rhodesia : [s.n.] 7.45 United Nations Department of Political and Security Council Affairs. (1972). Economic and social consequences of the arms race and military expenditures. New York, USA : United Nations. 7.46 United Nations Office of Public Information. (1967). International covenants on Human Rights. New York, USA : United Nations Office of Public Information. 7.47 Wollheim, O. D. (1964). The New Townsmen: The legal position of the African in the White Areas to-day. Cape Town, SA : Civil Rights League. (4 copies) 7.48 Sundry publications 7.48.1 Adler, Ruth. (1960). Africa, Come Back, Mainstream, v.13: no.6, pp 1-34 (June 1960) New York, USA :Masses and Mainstream, Inc. 7.48.2 Hawton, Hector. (1965). Personally Speaking, The Humanist, v.80: no.2, pp35-36 (February 1965). London, UK : Rationalist Press Association. [pp34-35 missing part of page]. 7.48.3 New Zealand Inter-Church Council on Public Affairs. (1973). Protest and violence' in New Zealand tablet, v.C: no.8, pp 10-11, (21 February 1973). Dunedin, N.Z. : New Zealand Tablet Printing and Publishing Company. 7.48.4 Wulfsohn, Julius G. (n.d.). Church and state in South Africa (pp 370-373). [unknown publication]. [s.l.] : [s.n.] 7.48.5 Teaching Racial Tolerance (Research report). New humanist : the bimonthly journal of the Rationalist Press Association, v.88: no.5, pp 208-209 (September 1972). London, UK : Rationalist Press Association. 7.49 Citizens Association for Racial Equality (C.A.R.E.). (1970). I’m against the tour. Auckland. A bundle of booklets wrapped in manila paper and tied with blue string. Series 8 Posters 8.1 Free Judith Todd Photo of Judith Todd. Printed by Wackrow Enterprises Ltd. n.d. n.p. 37 x 26.5 cm 8.2 South Africa Surf; brings out the team all white Danie Craven holding a packet of Surf washing powder. Map of Africa in background. n.d. n.p. (2 copies) 43 x 25 cm 8.3 Want Help with your homework? Advertising Homework Centre in the Unitarian Church, Ponsonby Road. Published by CARE. n.d. (printing on a heavy paper – 2 copies on yellow and 2 copy on white) 35.5 x 28 cm 8.4 Boycott apartheid. Sanctions now. Rally June 20 7pm Aotea Square. Black on pink paper. Published by HART, Auckland. n.d. 42 x 28.5 cm 8.5 Boycott apartheid. Sanctions now. Rally June 20 7pm Aotea Square. Black on pink paper. Published by HART, Auckland. n.d. 21 x 14.5 cm 8.6 March to stop the tour. Saturday May 25, Potters Park 12 noon. Donations to No Tours ’85. Black print on white paper. n.p. 1985. 42.5 x 27 cm 8.7 South Africa. Prince Cassock of the African National Congress Youth League currently touring Aotearoa to mark the tenth anniversary of the Soweto Uprising. Red on yellow paper. Advertises a public meeting at the Nga Tapuwae Community Centre, Mangere. Thursday 24th July. Produced by HART Aotearoa, Wellington. 43 x 30.5 cm 8.8 Guilty of Treason. Write or phone them – tell them ‘No Tour’ Black on white paper. Photographs and contact details of 18 pro tour men n.d. n.p. 39.5 x 26.5 cm 8.9 Boycott Drysdales Hughes and Cossar, merchants of apartheid. Black blood is on their hands Black and red on white paper. Text and barked wire. Published by HART, Auckland. n.d. 39 x 27 cm 8.10 Working Title Theatre presents Groundwork by Renee Black and blue on white paper. Promotes a plan directed by Hester Joyce at the New Independent Theatre, Auckland. n.d. n.p. 30 x 21 cm 8.11 Voices Against Apartheid Black on white paper. Promotes public meeting with Archbishop Trevor Huddleston, Makgolo Makgolo and others at the Auckland Town Hall 31st Aug. Sponsored by the National Council of Churches and the Anti-apartheid Movement. The NZ Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa. n.d. 40 x 27 cm 8.12 Ban Bok Boats; Fight racism Red and black on white paper. Published by HART Auckland. n.d. 27.5 x 41.5 cm 8.13 Just Art Poster Exhibition. Artists respond to racism and social injustice Black on blue paper (with yellow ‘highlighting’) Invitation to exhibition at the Open Circle, Airedale Street June 28th – 4th July. Artists Against Apartheid. N.C.C. Church and Society Commission. n.d. 33 x 21.5 cm 8.14 No tour ’85. Boycott Apartheid Black on white paper. Promotes a march from the C.P.O. on Friday March 29th. Street theatre, speakers, music and more. Published by No Tour ’85, Auckland. n.d. 38 x 28 cm 8.15 Fight Apartheid. Support Black Liberation. Freedom for Azania ! Freedom for Namibia! Black and red on white paper. Published by New Zealand University Students Association, Wellington. n.d. 32.5 x 30 cm 8.16 March September 12. Rally – Sunday – Eden Park, *Support Black Liberation. *Remember Steve Biko – the fight goes on. Free New Zealand’s political prisoners. Black on red paper. Published by HART, Auckland. n.d. 42 x 29.5 cm 8.17 Bastion Point. Ngati Whatua Land. Support Ngati Whatua. Black on white paper. Photocopied. Published by Orakei Maori Committee Action Group, Auckland. n.d. 27.5 x 39 cm 8.18 Awhinata! Akona te reo o Maori. National Maori Language Day Sept 14. c.1980s. Brown on dark yellow paper. 22.5 x 34 cm 8.19 Bargains… Jumble sale… St Johns Methodist Church Hall. Sat 1 Nov 10am. Sale organised by CARE in aid of association funds. Black on dark cream acidic newsprint. 21 x 34 cm Series 9 Newspaper clippings Predominantly dated clippings pasted to foolscap paper. 9.1 Aborigines 1968 – 1969 Includes education; race relations; Maori support; Capt Cook Bi Centennial; etc 9.2 America 1967 – 1968 Loose clippings 9.3 America 1968 Includes Race relations; segregation in southern states; elections; discrimination; Black Panther; Ku Klux Klan; blood donors - ethnic identification 9.4 American Indian 1966 – 1968 Predominantly Canada 9.5 American Indian 1965 – 1969 Includes USA and Canada 9.6 Biafra / Nigeria 1968 - 1969 Loose clipping 9.7 Britain 1970 Includes Springbok tour; South Africa; racial discrimination; cricket; coloured immigration etc 9.8 Cook Islands 1969 - 1970 Includes Development; tourist trade; airport; etc 9.9 Eskimo 1969 Sundry clippings; Canada; Inuit 9.10 Fiji 1969 – 1970 Part 1 Includes Racial harmony; independence; aid and support; tourist brochures; soccer team; etc 9.11 Fiji 1969 – 1970 Part 2 Includes Decimal currency; firewalking; trade; sport; Colonial Sugar Refining Co Ltd; etc 9.12 Immigrations and emigration 1967 – 1969 Includes articles on the lack of skilled workers, importation of doctors; European and Asian migrants; Australian and New Zealand policy of immigration; keeping Australia white etc 9.13 Indonesia 1969 West Irian; economy; elections; trade; etc 9.14 Maori – affairs 1970 Includes urban drift; education; Maori and Pacific Island music archives; Bruce Biggs and Melvyn McLean; Maori electors; Colonel Charles Bennett; Waikaremoana Lake bed leased to Government; arts and crafts and culture; etc 9.15 Maori – Education 1968 – 1970 Includes apprentices; Maori schools; university; Schools including St Peter’s Maori College, Northcote 9.16 Maori – employment 1968 - 1969 Includes careers; G Potae winning the Golden Shears 1969; etc 9.17 Maori – health 1969 – 1970 Includes comment on the death rate; life expectancy; etc 9.18 Maori – history 1968 - 1970 Includes obituaries of Kepa Ehau (Te Arawa), Mererina Te Rore (Ngati Whatua) and Te Waharoa Tararapipipi Tamehana (Ngati Haua). Also racial harmony; Queen’s visit; Waitangi Day; Rangitiaria Dennan (Guide Rangi); historical articles by Harry Dansey and David Simmons; Capt Cook’s artists; etc 9.19 Maori – housing and land 1968 - 1970 Includes land at Okataina; deterioration of housing in Ponsonby; Whakarewarewa houses; Orakei urupa at Okahu Bay; housing; state housing; etc 9.20 Maori – politics 1968 - 1969 Includes Maori seats; Labour Party; pronunciation of Maori language; Charles Moihi Bennett; Matt Rata; etc 9.21 Maori – race relations 1965 - 1970 Includes Anglican church; Ida Carey; Maori wardens; intermarriage; etc 9.22 Maori – religion 1968 - 1969 Includes the Anglican church; Catholic church; The presbytery of Auckland; St John’s Theological College ; etc 9.23 Maori – social problems Includes Black Power; Maori Councils; Maori wardens; etc 9.24 Maori – sundry 1968 - 1970 Includes letters to the editor on various topics; Mrs Veronica Hauraki and Dr Pat Hohepa named Young Maori Man and Women of the year 1970. etc 9.25 Migrants 1966 – 1969 Labour shortages; unemployment; brain drain etc Also, see Immigration and emigration 9.26 Nauru 1968 Adverts for positions on Nauru; phosphate mining; 9.27 New Caledonia 1969 New Zealand exports to…; nickel; tourist brochures 9.28 New Zealand – Racism 1970 Hostility to Japanese; Zambian at Auckland University; journalism course for Asians etc 9.29 New Zealand – All Black Tour 1960 - 1965 Articles on the rugby tours with South Africa 9.30 New Zealand – All Black Tour 1970 Articles on the All Blacks’ South African tour. 9.31 Pacific Islands - 1968 - 1969 Includes Niue (Independence etc); Samoa (trade; universal suffrage rejected in Western Samoa; Samoan community in Auckland; education; tourist brochures; blasting coral reef on Savaii; etc; Tokelau; Tahiti; Norfolk Island; 9.32 Melanesia - 1968 - 1969 Includes Papua New Guinea (Melanesian Independence Front; from stone age to copper boom; trade; Free Papua Movement; etc. Also typed excerpts from Maslyn Williams. Stone Age Island – Seven years in New Guinea); Solomon Islands; Ponape; New Hebrides; Gilbert and Ellice Islands; 9.33 South Africa - 1964 – 1965 Includes articles regarding apartheid; arms trade with South Africa; etc Also includes two letters from Dr John Valentine, New Plymouth. 9.34 South Africa - 1970 Includes articles on sport; Springbok; apartheid; etc 9.35 Sundry 1969 – 1970

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