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State of the Pakeha Nation 2015 available for download

Press release 5 February 2015
Network Waitangi Whangarei


The State of the Pakeha Nation, collected Waitangi Day speeches and essays 2006-2015, and the 2015 edition of Network Waitangi’s Treaty of Waitangi Questions & Answers, is available for free download at

https://nwwhangarei.wordpress.com/


The State of the Pakeha Nation contains 21 texts from the following contributors:

Speeches
2006
Jane Kelsey
Bob Scott
David James
Betsan Martin

2007
David Williams
Catherine Delahunty
Glen Colquhoun
Charmaine Pountney

2008
Carol Archie
Rod Oram
Ruth Gerzon
Grant Powell

2009
Ingrid Huygens
Robert Consedine

Joan Cook Memorial Essays
2010
Moea Armstrong

2011
Mitzi Nairn

2012
Katherine Peet

2013
Susan Healy

2014
Heather Came

2015
Tim Howard

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