We are interested in peace, world peace, peace in Auckland and in our country.
On the morning of 5 November 1881, some 1600 volunteer and Armed Constabulary troops invaded the settlement. More than 2000 villagers sat quietly on the marae as a group of singing children greeted the force led by Native Minister and Wanganui MP John Bryce, who had described Parihaka as ‘that headquarters of fanaticism and disaffection’. Bryce had fought in the campaign against Tītokowaru. He ordered the arrest of Parihaka’s leaders, the destruction of the village and the dispersal of most of its inhabitants.
We have changed the name of Power to Peace Shout it Out Peace Manual to Parihaka Power to Peace, This Kete collects translations of the words Power to Peace! We have added the Polynesian languages and flags.
Parihaka Power to Peace is now available.
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