Members of the lobby groups Not in Our Name, and the Kawanatanga Network, with Race Relations Conciliator John Clarke - Photograph taken by Ray Pigney, ca 28 Mar 1995
Reference Number: EP-Ethics-Waitangi Day and Treaty of Waitangi-02
Original caption reads: "Lobby groups Not in Our Name and the Kawanatanga Network. From left, Jan Logie, Rona Bailey, Mary Moon, Phillip Tremewan, Race Relations Conciliator John Clarke, Gwenda Paul and Barbara Lambourne. Two pakeha race relations groups have met Conciliator John Clarke to pressure him to speak out on the fiscal envelope..." (Evening Post, 28 March 1995).
1 image, categorised under Group portraits, related to Rona Bailey, Ray Pigney, John H Clarke, Jan Logie, Mary Moon, Phillip Tremewan, Gwenda Paul, Barbara Lambourn, Not in Our Name, Kawanatanga Network, Wellington City, Race relations, Maori - Politics and government and Lobbyists.
Waitangi Day and Treaty of Waitangi, Reference Number EP-Ethics-Waitangi Day and Treaty of Waitangi (2 digitised items)
Ethics, Reference Number EP-Ethics (12 digitised items)
Evening Post illustrations file, Reference Number PAColl-7327-1 (342 digitised items)
The Dominion Post :Photographic negatives and prints of the Evening Post and Dominion newspapers, Reference Number PAColl-7327 (2038 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w original photographic print(s)Silver gelatin print 15.6 x 23 cm. Horizontal imageSingle photograph
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