Monday, 20 September 2010


Sons of Malcolm sends a Black Power salute to our brothers and sisters who were involved in this struggle, and a major thank you to the filmmakers.

See the film online HERE


avaiki nius agency said...

Thanks for adding us to your pages - I saw the doco as it was first broadcast.

I could barely watch.

After about 12 minutes, I had to leave the room, tears down my cheeks, seeing how far we had come and how much had been achieved by a small but determined group.

All power to the people!

Sukant Chandan said...

couldnt have said it better myself:

"how much had been achieved by a small but determined group."

hoanikai said...

bought tears to my eyes too...have locked in the online/ondemand link and am forwarding to friends....makes me so humble and proud to be part of our emerging culture here in 'godzone' zealand

LiikiNius said...

Malo Avaiki nius and hoanikai for sharing the hurt many of us PPP still feel today.
This is what I went through when i was interviewed (thanks to the production company they cut out my teary eye bits) and still when i see the doco. it reminds me of aa the PP members whom have died, went to prison and those still unable to celebrate what was achieved. your comments makes it much better to move forward.
Panther 6