QUIZ: Protest and Resistance by cclstaff June 1, 2022 Quiz: Protest and Resistance This month we look at protest and resistance in Aotearoa New Zealand. The 1981 Springbok Rugby Tour caused considerable debate and protest around Aotearoa New Zealand. The political activist John Minto was the key organiser of which anti-tour group?HART (Halt all racist tours)CARE (Citizens Association for Racial Equality)SPIR (Society for the protection of individual rights)NAAC (National Anti-Apartheid Council)The Taranaki settlement of Parihaka was a self-sufficient peaceful community made up of Māori who had become dispossessed during the land conflicts. Who led this community?Te Whiti o Rongomai and Tohu KākahiTahupotikiTe RauparahaMeri Te Tai MangakāhiaThe School Strike 4 Climate group, who held protests in Ōtautahi Christchurch in 2019 and 2021 was inspired by which environmental activist?Greta ThunbergSir David AttenboroughAl GoreChloe SwarbrickDame Whina Cooper led a Māori land protest march or hikoi from Te Hāpua in Northland to Parliament in Wellington in 1975. How many signatories were there on the petition she presented to Parliament?10,00025,00050,00060,000For how many days did the Ōrākei Māori Action Committee, led by Joe Hawke, occupy Bastion Point/ Takaparawhā?3 weeks100 days1 year506 daysAotearoa New Zealand has been involved with many overseas wars. While many Kiwis readily joined the war efforts, others did not believe in fighting. Which of these famous New Zealanders was imprisoned as a Conscientious Objector during WWI?Archibald BaxterCharles UphamWillie ApiataJohn MintoThe largest industrial dispute in Aotearoa New Zealand history involved waterfront workers protesting against financial hardships and poor working conditions. In what year was the New Zealand Waterfront Dispute?1920193019511891Racism against the Pasifika community in Aotearoa New Zealand was epitomised in the Dawn Raids which began in the 1970s with the Police rounding up Pacific Islander overstayers. What political group formed to address this racism?The McGillicuddy Serious Party (McGSP)The Pacific PartyThe Polynesian PanthersMauri PacificFrom the 1950s Aotearoa New Zealand has been involved in campaigning for nuclear disarmament. When was the New Zealand Nuclear Free Zone, Disarmament, and Arms Control Act passed into law?1977198719851999Following years of campaigning by the suffrage movement, Aotearoa New Zealand became the first self–governing country in the world to give women the vote. What year did this happen?1890189318961900NameThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. Close Can you tell me more about this webform submission? The contents of this webform are sent to library staff via email. We recommend that you do not submit confidential information (like your library card number, passwords or credit card information). If you need to share confidential information with library staff, we suggest that you use other channels of communication, such as the telephone.Visit our Privacy Statement, opens in a new window, opens a new window to learn more about how your personal information is handled and protected. This information will be submitted via email. Learn More about sending data over email.