Healing our history: the challenge of the Treaty of Waitangi
Penguin Books (NZ), Aug 2, 2001 - History - 287 pages
A critique of colonisation around the world, with an emphasis on that process in New Zealand, and on the need for Pakeha people to learn about the past. Robert Consedine has been working in Workshops since the 1980s to raise knowledge and awareness of the past and present among Pakeha, to discover a national identity based on honouring the Treaty relationship. Joanna Consedine is his daughter.
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