1970s: Decade of Protest

Editorial Team

$40.00

The 1970s saw unprecedented numbers of people take to the streets to protest against injustice and for the environment, gay rights, housing, Māori land and language, women’s rights, workers’ wages and conditions — and to end apartheid, racism and war.

This book salutes the people whose radical actions changed Aotearoa’s political landscape forever … and reminds us there is still a lot to be done.

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The 1970s saw unprecedented numbers of people take to the streets to protest against injustice and for the environment, gay rights, housing, Māori land and language, women’s rights, workers’ wages and conditions — and to end apartheid, racism and war.

This book salutes the people whose radical actions changed Aotearoa’s political landscape forever … and reminds us there is still a lot to be done.

Anti-apartheid • Anti-racism • Civil liberties • Environment • Gay rights • Housing • International solidarity • Peace (including anti-war in Vietnam) • Pensioners • Tino rangatiratanga • Trade union action • Women’s rights •

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