Te puna wai kōrero 1975
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- February 1975 - compiled and presented by Haare Williams.
- Te Tatau Pounamu, "The Greenstone Door". Te Tira Hou Marae.
Some thirty Utah students studying race relations in New Zealand were given a traditional welcome at Te Tira Hou Marae. After the pohiri and inside the whare Mrs Whina Cooper spoke and drew parallels between the struggles of the American Indians and American Blacks with those of the Māori people here in New Zealand.
Waiata : Ka pine e au.
Kaikōrero : Syd Jackson, Nga Tama toa
Kaikōrero : Hinauri Triboli from Ngai Tuhoe sings waiata 'Kua hoki mai'.
Kaikōrero : Hinaiuri about the changes she had noticed upon her return to New Zealand.
Kaikōrero : Alberta Henry speaks of her belief that eduaction is the key to sucess and understanding another's point of view.
Poem reading: 'Song' by Hone Tūwhare read by Selwyn Muru.
[NB. poetry copyright permission cleared for online catalogue recording].
Louie Armstrong sings 'Blueberry Hill'.
Reference number 45260
Media type AUDIO
Collection Sound Collection
Henry, Alberto, Interviewee
Triboli, Hinauri, Interviewee
Jackson, Syd, 1939-2007, Speaker/Kaikōrero
Williams, Haare, 1940-, Compiler
Cooper, Whina, 1895-1994, Interviewee
Murupaenga, Herewini, 1937- (b.1937), Reader
Date 07 Feb 1975